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Old 06-04-2011, 05:37 AM   #1
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Wanting to start up body building. Im 24 and have not done work out training since high school football except very light and rare exercise. Started Thur. June 2nd hard lifting and again Friday with about 20 min of cardio each work out. Really sore today not quite sure what to do. I forgot about the pain for starting this process again. Need any advice on work outs, diets, and supps. and any other help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Current Work Out
Sun- Cardio abs/(bi/tri Work In)
Mon-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)Lower body/shoulders
Tue-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)Lower back/obliques/chest
Wed-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)Upper back/traps/shoulders
Thur-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)lower back/obliques/chest
Fri-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)lower body/shoulders
Sat-Cardio abs/(bi/tri work in)upper back/traps/chest

No really set diet but trying to eat better.

I know this may not be great but im only starting out but please be harsh if needed any input would help!
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Old 06-06-2011, 02:22 PM   #2
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well your workout will be whatever you want it to be. I have had workouts that people told me I was crazy and stupid for doing, but for the time I did them, they were effective.

I would just go easier and then raise your intensity level. You will be sore until your body adjusts to this.

For your level, train, but don't kill yourself. Lift until you reach a plain. When you aren't getting any stronger, then start asking how you can improve. Until then, keep checking out the board, and researching. If you start now, and learn, by time you NEED the help and knowledge to continue growing, you will have it. With the past you described, honestly, any lifting at all will help you. Just keep lifting comfortably, but hard, until you can't get any stronger. Than start asking how you can improve.
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Old 06-09-2011, 05:01 AM   #3
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If I were you I would not do bis and tris every day, even if it's just a little bit. Do them every other day, at the very MOST, I recommend every 3 days though, even every 4 days. Work them just like any other muscle.

As far as other advice, I recommend switching up your routine often as this is what your muscles need...shock therapy.

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