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    Good Routine?

    This is my routine, pretty much, i've just added/changed the abs around and the cardio. What do you think? The brackets after the muscle group is the number of exercises for that group.


    Monday
    Back(4)/Biceps(3)
    Stairmaster (30mins)

    Tuesday
    Abdominals(4)
    Bike (45mins)
    Stairmaster (30mins)


    Wednesday
    Shoulder(4)/Legs(4)

    Thursday
    Abdominals(4)
    Bike (45mins)
    Stairmaster (30mins)

    Friday
    Chest(4)/Triceps(3)
    Stairmaster (30mins)

    Saturday
    Abdominals(4)
    Bike (45mins)
    Stairmaster (30mins)

    Sunday - OFF

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    Looks good to me. Also, looks like you are trying to do a huge amount of cutting, plus I keep reading about your "clen this...and clen that". Good luck, keep the amino acid pool always filled to the brim. Remember, you are cutting fat, not muscle.



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    alright, thnx for the advice

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    terinox, if those numbers are the number of exercises (not sets) how can you get all that done in one workout? how long does it take? I might try cutting back on the number of exercises and increasing the sets... just a suggestion.

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    those are the number of exercises, i do about 3-4 sets depending on the exercise, it takes me 2 hours, cut down from 2.5, i took out abs, and put them on T/T/S but I feel okay working out 2 hours, as a matter of fact, i've been working out for over 2 years, and when i think about it, i've always worked out for 2 hours, so i think i'm gonna stick with it

    however, when i'm on juice, which will be next year, 2003 cycle, i'll be doing a dif workout, only one group per day, 5 days a week, something like that

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    Looks good to me but ,I would cut it back to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in the gym , after that your glycogen levels are way gone and you start to break down muscle for energy , just my opp but if it works for you ,then keep it up !! gymnut

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    thnx

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    il burn all that fat right off u hehe

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    Looks good to me bro....I'm asking for suggestions in mine too, be sure to look at it!

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    looks good terinox...can i assume that your 2 hours in the gym include cardio? if so, then fine, but if you're lifting for the entire time, then doing cardio, i'd say you're going overboard. I shoot for about 45min-1hr of lifting then do my cardio/abs...JMO

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    Also Remember to do cardio after weights, not before and then weights. Better for the body and much better results.

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