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Unread 05-08-2013, 01:39 PM   #1
Barricade643
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Okay, so I've decided to put down the cigarettes, eat cleaner and hit the gym more frequently. This will be my progress thread, and at the risk of personal embarrassment I will be posting pictures of progress on a monthly basis. I have a general knowledge of how to lift, but I also know there are way more knowledgeable people out there, so please feel free to critique my progress and offer some motivation. Today is the start of a new me. Pics to follow.

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Unread 05-08-2013, 01:47 PM   #2
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Day one: weight 180 lbs

Goal: 200 lbs


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Unread 05-08-2013, 02:12 PM   #3
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Props on making the decision! Do you have some routines picked out for lifting yet?
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Unread 05-08-2013, 11:11 PM   #4
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Ideally I'd like to hit the iron 5 days a week, realistically it will probably be Monday, Wednesday and Friday lifting days.I'm a big fan of doing big muscle groups together but I don't currently have a gym membership due to financial issues, but will be resolved soon, so I'll have to stick to my personal weight bench with no spotter. So here is a rough outline of what I plan on doing.


*** Note: all workouts will be 10 reps, 3 sets***
Monday: Chest and triceps
1. bench press
2. incline bench
3. dumbbell presses
4. butterflies
5 push ups as many as I can muster

Triceps
1. Body weight dips
2. Tricep extensions
3. Tricep kick backs
4. Tricep pull downs, wide, narrow, and shoulder width apart.
5 Skull crushers,

Tuesday
abs

Sit ups
crunches
leg raises

Wednesday
Back and Biceps

Biceps

1. dumbbell curls
2. hammer curls
3. concentration curls

Back
1 bent over rows
2 lat pulldowns
3 DB rows

Thursday

Planks
oblique crunches
cardio

Friday Legs and shoulders

Shoulders

1 upright rows
2 lateral delt raises
3 delt front raises
4 Shoulder shrugs

Legs

Dumbell Squats
lunges
weighted calf raises
dead lifts
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