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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    This all depends completely on one's goals. It is not "best" for everyone's goals.
    Absolutely, different strokes for different folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I would like to get in shape enough to where I would consider trying out for ninja warrior.

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    As a memomorph, that would be a difficult feat. Ninja stuff is for the ecto's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    As a mesomorph, that would be a difficult feat. Ninja stuff is for the ecto's!
    Given the fact that I'm a meso closer to endo than ecto, my body gets the hardest workout when I do bodyweight and cardio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Given the fact that I'm a meso closer to endo than ecto, my body gets the hardest workout when I do bodyweight and cardio.
    For your body type, body weight exercises do seem like they'd work pretty well for over all fitness. Do you do pull ups at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    For your body type, body weight exercises do seem like they'd work pretty well for over all fitness. Do you do pull ups at all?
    Not right now, I'm still in my general weight loss cardio and eat right stage.

    As an example here are two pics:



    Good time Disco.



    MMA, and a little cardio Disco.

    No weightlifting at all.

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    I'm still good time Disco right now, but soon I will be back.

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    Like was said, no program is right for everyone. You could think of weight training as body-weight training with strategically placed weight to increase body-weight. It is more about what you are after. This is a pretty good article on how weights can be used in different ways. You might like Martin Rooney, if you don't already. Here are a couple of articles. 1 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    The grip strength required for a guy my size almost makes that shit impossible lol.
    Then start working on your forearms. This ain't rocket surgery.
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    All three combined and alternating between makes an awesome regimen and you can really boost your metabolism and anabolic drive.

    If mass and lean muscle are the results wanted then one important thing could be to do training with weights far enough apart from the cardio workout so the body knows what results to get in melting fat off and on mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    Then start working on your forearms. This ain't rocket surgery.
    I've always wanted to find a good rocket surgeon.

    My thrusters have been acting up lately.

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