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Old 07-24-2007, 11:07 PM   #1
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Ive worked out a bunch of times before but ive never worked out consistently. I dont know how i should start off and what things to do, im 5'7 and 200 pounds but im fat, i dont know like if i should do cardio first or workout, im really lost, any help, can someone like set up a routine for me or anything? Thanks!!!
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Old 07-25-2007, 02:29 AM   #2
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Ive worked out a bunch of times before but ive never worked out consistently. I dont know how i should start off and what things to do, im 5'7 and 200 pounds but im fat, i dont know like if i should do cardio first or workout, im really lost, any help, can someone like set up a routine for me or anything? Thanks!!!



Bump...Come on Anuj, Dan, Eric...Can we get some help over here?





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Old 07-25-2007, 04:41 AM   #3
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You should go to this website:
www.bodybuilding.net

In their training forum there are a bunch of stickies that has tons of great training advice. After reading all of those you should be able to have a pretty good understanding of what a good training program should be.
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Bump...Come on Anuj, Dan, Eric...Can we get some help over here?





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He just posted this today, give these guys time to read it and I'm sure they will say something if they feel fit to.

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Ive worked out a bunch of times before but ive never worked out consistently. I dont know how i should start off and what things to do, im 5'7 and 200 pounds but im fat, i dont know like if i should do cardio first or workout, im really lost, any help, can someone like set up a routine for me or anything? Thanks!!!
First your diet has to be in check, write down what your eating so that we have a better idea.

Next , make sure your doing cardio and keep you workouts intense to burn to most fat, while you build.

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He just posted this today, give these guys time to read it and I'm sure they will say something if they feel fit to.


I posted my response because he posted like 4 or so threads on pretty much the same subject...I talked to him as well and he was quite eager for a response. I wasn't telling no one to do nothing. Just giving the thread a bump. I tried suggesting some things but he wants an "expert" so there ya go peeps!




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In their training forum there are a bunch of stickies that has tons of great training advice. After reading all of those you should be able to have a pretty good understanding of what a good training program should be.
I concur, that's probably the best thing you can do.
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Poof! You're there.

I'd suggest, with that kind of weight, that after you get your diet going as Talo suggested, for training you focus on strength development and cardio until the fat is down more. Once you get to a better muslce building weight (not that you won't put on any in the meanwhile) the strength will help you achieve that.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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That would be dope if someone could set me up on something!!!
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Give us some info on your diet, we dont'know where to help you.
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This is usually what i eat lol!!!

Wake up at 1:30 so.......

2pm - Egg and toast with ketchup

4pm - Bowl of watermelon with salt

6pm - Chicken and Rice

8pm - cookie or something

11pm - Bowl of watermelon with salt LOL

Thats kinda a typical day!!!
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