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    biaxident could very well be an under pronator. supinator.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    biaxident could very well be an under pronator. supinator.
    Okay...where did that come from?


    I use full range of motion for all exercises. Unless I deliberately use partials to increase strength in a particular portion of ROM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    biaxident could very well be an under pronator. supinator.


    :rolli:


    One of your thighs is as thick as my waist.

    Weight and height sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenity View Post

    One of your thighs is as thick as my waist.

    Weight and height sir?
    Who?

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    I'm starting to writeup a workout routine.

    I'll thinking about lifting every other day, on a three workout routine consisting of back/bi, legs, and chest/tri.

    My first question is, how important is it to, and how often, do you vary the exercises? Say I do curls on week one. Do I need to do something else for week 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I'm starting to writeup a workout routine.

    I'll thinking about lifting every other day, on a three workout routine consisting of back/bi, legs, and chest/tri.

    My first question is, how important is it to, and how often, do you vary the exercises? Say I do curls on week one. Do I need to do something else for week 2?
    It's more important to vary your sets and reps. Stay with basic movements and get good and strong at them.

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    ^ +1

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    I plan on starting to lift either by the end of the week or Tuesday next week.

    Iíve been focusing on something for a beginner, something that will develop core strength vs fine tune and optimize. Iíve lifted before, to success, but always seemed to stop right when I could notice the differences and started receiving comments. Right now, Iím in fairly bad shape. I do know many of the basicsÖ the importance of technique vs weight, the importance of resting and proper diet while lifting, etc.

    Anyway, hereís the workout, which will be done 3x a week. It alternates between the A and B schedules.

    5 minute cardio warmup. Each exercise will have 2 warm up sets.

    Routine A
    3 x 5 Squat.
    3 x 5 Bench
    1 x 5 Deadlift
    2 x 5-8 Dips (Iíll need to use a machine on this for the first month if I want to do more than a couple reps.)
    Incline situps
    Hyperextension

    Routine B
    3 x 5 Squat
    3 x 5 Standing Military Press
    3 x 5 Bentover Rows
    2 x 5-8 Pullups (Again, Iíll need to use the machine for the first month or so to get more than 1 or 2 reps)
    Incline Situps
    Hyperextensions.

    Whatís the best way to integrate cardio into the mix? I will be limited to elliptical and the stair master initially, as I have a previous knee injury that I need to slowly integrate into a workout routine. (Iíll also be very conservative with the lifts that use the knee.)

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I plan on starting to lift either by the end of the week or Tuesday next week.

    Iíve been focusing on something for a beginner, something that will develop core strength vs fine tune and optimize. Iíve lifted before, to success, but always seemed to stop right when I could notice the differences and started receiving comments. Right now, Iím in fairly bad shape. I do know many of the basicsÖ the importance of technique vs weight, the importance of resting and proper diet while lifting, etc.

    Anyway, hereís the workout, which will be done 3x a week. It alternates between the A and B schedules.

    5 minute cardio warmup. Each exercise will have 2 warm up sets.

    Routine A
    3 x 5 Squat.
    3 x 5 Bench
    1 x 5 Deadlift
    2 x 5-8 Dips (Iíll need to use a machine on this for the first month if I want to do more than a couple reps.)
    Incline situps
    Hyperextension

    Routine B
    3 x 5 Squat
    3 x 5 Standing Military Press
    3 x 5 Bentover Rows
    2 x 5-8 Pullups (Again, Iíll need to use the machine for the first month or so to get more than 1 or 2 reps)
    Incline Situps
    Hyperextensions.

    Whatís the best way to integrate cardio into the mix? I will be limited to elliptical and the stair master initially, as I have a previous knee injury that I need to slowly integrate into a workout routine. (Iíll also be very conservative with the lifts that use the knee.)

    Thanks!
    The easiest way is to eliminate rest between sets. And take less than a minute rest between exercises. You'll need to set things up so you don't have down time between sets and exercises though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    The easiest way is to eliminate rest between sets. And take less than a minute rest between exercises. You'll need to set things up so you don't have down time between sets and exercises though.
    highly agreed
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