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    Can I really gain off of this?

    Got a question. I'm starting a new workout plan suggested to me by a friend. It sounds a little...too easy for me at my physical level. I'm 5'8'', 15%bodyfat, 174 lbs, working out for 10 yrs total, but only the last 3 hard core.
    I would only work out twice a week on this plan.

    Day 1

    Dips 2x8 Sets
    Low Incline Dumbell Press 2x8 Sets
    Lateral Raises 4x10 Sets
    Abs 2x10 Sets


    Day 2

    Hammer Strength Pull-Down 2x6-10 Sets, do 2 sets of 6, and keep the weight constant week to week until you get 2 x 10
    Hammer ISO ROW 2x6-10 Sets, do 2 sets of 6, and keep the weight constant week to week until you get 2 x 10
    Barbell Curl 2x6-10 Sets, do 2 sets of 6, and keep the weight constant week to week until you get 2 x 10
    Squats 2x6-10 Sets, do 2 sets of 6, and keep the weight constant week to week until you get 2 x 10
    Stiff Legged Deadlifts 2x8-10 Sets

    What do you guys think? Even though I'd be working out my muscles with one exercise per workout, do you think it'd still be enough to adequately break down the muscle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sol
    do you think it'd still be enough to adequately break down the muscle?
    Newp...

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    Thanks for the input bro. Anyone else?

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    i am not sure you would gain anything from this. that workout is for someone who does not enjoy the gym. or maybe getting ready for spring break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanw21
    i am not sure you would gain anything from this. that workout is for someone who does not enjoy the gym. or maybe getting ready for spring break.
    I'd be inclined to agree. Anyone else?

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    day 1 your not really doing much and day2 is too much. anyway that is a weird routine and i dont think its going to get you any results. hell, try it and see what happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by kloter1
    day 1 your not really doing much and day2 is too much. anyway that is a weird routine and i dont think its going to get you any results. hell, try it and see what happens
    Thanks for the reply. I couldn't agree more. I think I'll try it for a month and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AandF6969
    Newp...





    i would say, Nope...

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    Now that you have your warm up exercises listed for each bodypart above, let's now see the actual workout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Now that you have your warm up exercises listed for each bodypart above, let's now see the actual workout.

    ~SC~

    Hahaha yeah...the first time I saw it, I was hoping this was some kind of miracle workout plan or something...guess it's just crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by sol
    working out for 10 yrs total, but only the last 3 hard core.

    Even though I'd be working out my muscles with one exercise per workout, do you think it'd still be enough to adequately break down the muscle?
    If this is hard core, I would hate to see your work out when you are slacking.

    You would get a better work out just tensing up as you drive past the gym!

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    Quote Originally Posted by znak
    If this is hard core, I would hate to see your work out when you are slacking.

    You would get a better work out just tensing up as you drive past the gym!

    Okay, okay, please allow me to clarify. This has not been part of my workout routine EVER. If any of you guys get a chance, let me know how this new routine is

    Is this better?

    thanks

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