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In Topic: How to Get the Body of A God

30 August 2012 - 09:50 PM

Hey dude! Good write up and amazing inspiration. I have a question though, I'm 5'8" 210 and I started eating healthier and jogging 2 miles everyday. But I decided to up the ante so I started using Nike training center because I got no access to the gym nor exercise equipment. do you recommend doing the circuit training everyday or every other day? And should I buy dumbells or resistant cord? And lastly should I bring my weight to normal before I start bulking up on muscles?

it all depends on what you can handle. if you can handle doing circuit training every day, do it. if not, rest more. buy dumbells, not bands. and yes you should get your weight in a healthy range before trying to put on lean mass

In Topic: the GOMAD "diet"

13 May 2012 - 04:58 PM

i compete in bodybuilding. let me clarify something. this diet is popular with YOUNGER bodybuilders. because the average teenager burns about 3,500 calories a day, a caloric dense and easily consumable substance such as milk sounds like a logical choice to meet your daily needs. in my opinion, it's a terrible idea. it taxes your digestive system horribly and is expensive and uncomfortable.

In Topic: Free Weights vs Machine..

06 April 2012 - 07:32 PM

didn't read the whole thing, but i entirely agree. smith machines are worthless. the only thing i use them for is calf raises because we don't have a standing calf raise machine at my gym

In Topic: How to Get the Body of A God

06 April 2012 - 07:24 PM


In Topic: what jogging really does

06 April 2012 - 07:23 PM

OP is straight up dumb. cardio is not this catabolic muscle eating machine. prolonged moderate intensity cardio is what is best for fat loss.

the reason your trainer lost muscle tissue is because he wasn't taking in enough calories to compensate for the extra activity he was doing. if you don't want to lose your muscle tissue while doing cardio, up your protein and complex carb intake.