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Old 04-01-2012, 12:14 PM
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Work out plan
Sunday: Chest, Triceps, Back
3X
10X Tricep dips/leg lifts
10X Prone cobras
20 second sprint
10X Tricep push ups
12X Swimmers
15X Burpees / jump
10X Towel pull ups
2 min left to right high knees

Monday: cardio/ run 3 miles & stretch

Tuesday: Chest, Biceps, Abs, Triceps
3x
10X Switch grip push ups
20x Bicycle crunches
10X Tricep push ups
15X Burpees/jump
10X Pull ups
10X Split leg lifts
45 seconds star jumps
10X Tricep dips
15x Roll ups
20X Flutter kicks
2 min knee to chest

Wednesday: cardio/ run 3 miles & stretch

Thursday: Legs, shoulders, back
3X
45 second star jumps
10X Step ups
12X Swimmers
10X Split leg lifts
1 min knee touch’s
10X Axis Pushups
15X Dozer Squats
15X Mountain climbers
2 min knee to chest
10 Towel pull ups

Friday: cardio/ run 3 miles & stretch

Saturday: Biceps, Abs
3X
30x Sit ups
10X Pull ups
10X Hanging crunches
1 min star jumps
10X left right crunches
10X Push ups / knee to abs
10X Roll ups
2 min knee to shoulder
10 Split leg push ups

Im 20 years old 5'8 185 lbs im trying to burn fat and build muscle im also taking whey protein once a day with a fiber one bar as a substitute of my lunch and im dieting lots of eggs beef chicken and fish. i wana know if i should make any changes to my exercise regiment the reason im trying to make is so intense is im trying to prep for USMC boot camp so any changes i should make? ( PLEASE BE AS DETAILED AND SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE)
also will i achieve the after burn effect with this work out?
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Old 04-03-2012, 06:11 PM
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I don't agree with circuits for anyone trying to "build muscle". Circuits are more or less cardio. Cardio and building muscle are oppsoing actions.

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Old 04-03-2012, 07:14 PM
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well i mean im trying to drop down from 185 to about 165 and then i wana build muscle so i gotta lean out first will this work out routine do that? and am i working my muscles to many times in a week?
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:42 PM
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well i mean im trying to drop down from 185 to about 165 and then i wana build muscle so i gotta lean out first will this work out routine do that? and am i working my muscles to many times in a week?
Use this routine to cut down and then use a new routine to bulk up again afterwards.
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Old 04-08-2012, 04:17 PM
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ya, Im personally not a big circuit fan, regardless of the situation.
Personally, if you make sure your diet is spot on that will help you lose body fat, but at the same time start building/maintaining lean mass, thats the way to go about it in my opinion.
Circuits are only used in certain cutting situations, I just think you need to get on a basic weight training and cardio routine and make sure your on an appropriate diet! I think you'll be fine for your USMC tests bro!

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Old 04-08-2012, 05:54 PM
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The "after burn" affect for burning calories has been overstated. It's better to focus on diet and what you are burning during training. You may want to see exactly what you'll be tested for in boot camp and train for those things.
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:36 AM
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If you want to get ready for boot camp i would suggest getting used to not sleeping, you are going to be so tired and stressed out, no matter what you do now, boot camp will still kick your butt.
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