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Old 05-13-2005, 08:19 AM
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Well, when I'm lifting those two hours. I lift a set, take a few sec break, lift....do about 4 sets of 10 reps or so on the lift. I go and get a drink of water, about a 8 ounce glass of water, I intake about 4 of these a work-out.

Main thing I'm lifting for is this, after my Mission, I wanna go into the Marines, so yes, I wanna look like the Sprinter.....going into the Marines for a lengh of 6-8 years here.

Is this normal? I feel at times when I get home from school, I just wanna sleep, usally I eat a apple when I get home, watch t.v for a few mins to get my brain off of being focused on school. Then I go lift....but all of your info is great.....how long and how much miles should I run? I tend to go run a mile and a half every night. Thanks for your time.
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Well, when I'm lifting those two hours. I lift a set, take a few sec break, lift....do about 4 sets of 10 reps or so on the lift. I go and get a drink of water, about a 8 ounce glass of water, I intake about 4 of these a work-out.

Main thing I'm lifting for is this, after my Mission, I wanna go into the Marines, so yes, I wanna look like the Sprinter.....going into the Marines for a lengh of 6-8 years here.

Is this normal? I feel at times when I get home from school, I just wanna sleep, usally I eat a apple when I get home, watch t.v for a few mins to get my brain off of being focused on school. Then I go lift....but all of your info is great.....how long and how much miles should I run? I tend to go run a mile and a half every night. Thanks for your time.

i think you missed the point
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Old 05-13-2005, 12:14 PM
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I guess I did miss the point, but what do you mean SDF? Tell me bud.....
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I guess I did miss the point, but what do you mean SDF? Tell me bud.....
we have been telling you .. get your diet under way.. stop working out for 2 hours.... if you need a better workout, look at the first 2 stickys that are in the training forum, there is soo much information that is there to help you.. and for the diet, look at the stickys in the nutrition forum..
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Old 05-14-2005, 01:13 AM
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K bud, thanks....
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i think 2 or 3 eggs in the morning is bad unless your training alot. i think that the american heart assosiation only recommends 1 a day. slice of pizza, hamburger :eek: work on eliminating the pizza and hamburgers, drink some more water try to shoot for a gallon a day.
I guess i shouldn't be eating those 30 eggs a week then.
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Old 05-14-2005, 01:32 AM
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I saw you were considering joining a Gym. I would do it. You will learn alot from the other members there.
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Old 05-14-2005, 01:36 AM
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K, thanks DR X!
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PM me and I'll tell you what you'll need in the Marines since I've already went through it. :cool:
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Thanks for the info Apoc. Also, I know how to lift, and ect., I have only taken a semester of lifting last year in my Freshman year, but my Sophmore year I got a weight lifting machine, technicly a bench, where I can do some leg extensions, the bench moves so I can do incline, millitary, and a arm lifting thing for my shoulders.


Soon I should have a job, should I stay at home and lift? Or is it good for me to get a membership at a Golds Gym? Golds is about a 5 min walk from my home. Can any one link a site where teens should go to for lifting tips, correct procedures in lifting, ect., thanks for your time.
Damn, if u have a gold's gym 5 minute away from home, u should run over there, that way u will get ur cardio out of the way. Working out at home is not the best idea, unless u got money to buy a lot of weights.
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