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ARE YOU A GYM IDIOT???

A professional gym idiot is someone that has been going to the gym for a few years consistantly but should know better by now. However they feel they are elite, and no one can tell them different haha. Here are a few examples of professional idiots.





THE INCLINE TREADMILL HANGER: The incline treadmill hanger is someone who has the treadmill raised up to the highest possible level...and thats ok.... however these people always have the treadmill at a walking speed, however, they litterly hang off of the bar grasping the front as if they are on a cruise ship that is tipping. SUGGESTION - let go of the damn bar of you want to add extra resistance to quads are core lol





THE PROFESSIONAL SKIPPER- The professional skipper comes to the gym with the own skipping rope...which is cool... they can do some pretty cool fancy footwork...which is cool..... But the part that pisses me off is DONT DO IT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ISLE. Now everyone in a 10ft radius on both sides of the isle has to leave for fear of being whipped to death... SUGGESTION- Go outside...do it at home... or do it in the aerobic room if its empty... noone really cares how fast you can skip.





THE GREESY HEAD GUY- This came from a friends blog- The gressy head guy never seems to only use machines. He has more then enough gel in his hair which is too thick to possibly dry in the next 24 hours gahhhhhhh. The greesy head guy puts his head back on every machine... and runs from machine to machine leaving his greesy ass head print... (maybe this is so he knows which machines he has previous been at ??? (just sayin) SUGGESTION: Drop the gel.... or put a towel around your head. Or maybe clean the damn machine??





THE PROFESSIONAL STREACHING GUY- These people are at every gym lol. These are the people that are streaching when you walk into the gym... these are the people that are still streaching half way through your workout... these are the people that are still streaching when you leave. And hey if you wanna streach go right ahead.... BUT DONT STREACH UNDER THE DAMN SQUAT RACK. Not only that no one really cares if you can put your leg over your head while standing for an hour. lol





If you know of any of these types of people who should know better,,,please copy and paste and add your experience to this blog and then send it off to others




Are you a professional gym idiot? (Things in the gym that make you shake your head lol)

A professional gym idiot is someone that has been going to the gym for a few years consistantly but should know better by now. However they feel they are elite, and no one can tell them different haha. Here are a few examples of professional idiots.


THE INCLINE TREADMILL HANGER: The incline treadmill hanger is someone who has the treadmill raised up to the highest possible level...and thats ok.... however these people always have the treadmill at a walking speed, however, they litterly hang off of the bar grasping the front as if they are on a cruise ship that is tipping. SUGGESTION - let go of the damn bar of you want to add extra resistance to quads are core lol


THE PROFESSIONAL SKIPPER- The professional skipper comes to the gym with the own skipping rope...which is cool... they can do some pretty cool fancy footwork...which is cool..... But the part that pisses me off is DONT DO IT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ISLE. Now everyone in a 10ft radius on both sides of the isle has to leave for fear of being whipped to death... SUGGESTION- Go outside...do it at home... or do it in the aerobic room if its empty... noone really cares how fast you can skip.


THE GREESY HEAD GUY- This came from a friends blog- The gressy head guy never seems to only use machines. He has more then enough gel in his hair which is too thick to possibly dry in the next 24 hours gahhhhhhh. The greesy head guy puts his head back on every machine... and runs from machine to machine leaving his greesy ass head print... (maybe this is so he knows which machines he has previous been at ??? (just sayin) SUGGESTION: Drop the gel.... or put a towel around your head. Or maybe clean the damn machine??


THE PROFESSIONAL STREACHING GUY- These people are at every gym lol. These are the people that are streaching when you walk into the gym... these are the people that are still streaching half way through your workout... these are the people that are still streaching when you leave. And hey if you wanna streach go right ahead.... BUT DONT STREACH UNDER THE DAMN SQUAT RACK. Not only that no one really cares if you can put your leg over your head while standing for an hour. lol


If you know of any of these types of people who should know better,,,please copy and paste and add your experience to this blog and then send it off to others


 


 


 

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In a bulking plateau???? Check this out!!

So to make a long story short I really havent seen alot of changes as far as growth goes for the last 6 months. Dont get me wrong, I have reduced bodyfat but really havent gained in size. So like every typical person... you add a nother day to your workout... then add another day...and so on... next thing you know your at the gym 6 to 7 days per week... Thats exactly what I did.


I went to one of the trainers at my gym whom competes regularly. I explained to him my problem. He told me he went through exactly the same thing a few years back. He said he was stuck at a 175 lbs, and really couldnt gain no matter how much he worked out...no matter how much he ate.


Anywho.. here is what he said.... "Hit the gym only .....only 3 days per week. The workouts should be simple... and nothing like what you might see in some glorified magazine. So I took his advice... I went the first week only 3 days per week. And it seemed ok..... but then on the second week...OOOMMMGGGG my strength has shot through the roof.... im putting muscle on faster then I have ever seen in my life. SO my suggestion is this... if your stuck in a bulking plateau... please contact me and I will send you a few workouts.


The trainer said he was lifting more weights then he ever had on only a 3 day workout routine. The only problem now is that I have to get my brain used to the idea that 3 days per week is what I need for a month or so... But its so hard when thew gym becomes a daily routine no different the brushing your teeth.!!

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Give your opinion on amount of workout days Plz

Opinions on how many workout days per week for great gains


 
Ive been working out for almost 4 years now...I have had great success going from 168lbs up to 218 lbs... (yes all natural). Right now im sitting at 206 lbs. Here is my issue. For the last 5 months or so I really dont see any changes on the tape measure... or on the amount of weights im lifting. Yes I eat right...yes im taking in enough cals... Workouts are 4-6 days per week consisting of spit body routines.



However I was on a forum site called "Iron addicts". Most of the members are mature adults who have had many years experience working out. And one thing I noticed is this:

Most of their workouts consist of 3 days per week. Just like this:



Monday:

Squats 2 x 5

Box squats 2 x 4

Leg presses 2 x 5 (pick 2 of the three listed as long as one is squats)

Calves (your choice of exercise) 2 x 10



Tuesday:

Wide grip flat bench 2 x 6 (index fingers on the rings)

Decline medium grip bench 2 x 6 (pinkies on the rings)

Weighted dips 2 x 10

Upright rows or side laterals 1 x 10



Thursday:

Dead lifts (rotate variations each week) 2 x 5

reverse hypers, pull thrus or glute ham raise 1 x 10-15

Bent over rows 2 x 4

Reverse grip narrow grip pull downs 2 x 6

Standing wide grip curls 2 x 8 (or your favorite curl here)



And to be honest...When I hit 218 lbs ...this is exactly the type of workout I was doing... Right now however Im going 4,5,6 days per week....Im really not improving... Im basicly at a standstill.

These guys on this site are very much into simple ...yet heavy... and totally shun the idea of working out 5 or 6 or 7 days per week. They say that most people dont get the gains they want to acheive becasue of constant over training. And to be honest...what they say makes total sence.

So my reasoning for this post is I am curious to hear what works for other people... how many days per week. How many sets/reps.

Thanks in advance

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Cry Like a Baby !!!!!!!!

Have you ever sat there at work during the day thinking..."OMG, I cant wait to hit the gym" ...."Im gonna beat the crap out of my legs tonight after work"..... We sit there and basicly fantasize about it. The next thing you know your at the gym doing exactly what you planned....ballz out...no turning back. Then after its all over your like "yeah.. thats exactly what I needed... that was awsomeeeee. But then as you leave the gym you suddely realize.... "OMG there is a set of stairs in front of me".... "How the hell am I gonna make it"... Wait... I will use the railing.... One han embrasses the railing, while the other hand clutches the gym bag... People are heading into the gym staring at you. Your thinking "OMG I must look like an idiot".... Im here to tell you, have no fear...everyone that passes by you knows, IT WAS YOUR LEG DAY LOL

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Cutting and fatloss made simple by changing your mindset!

Change Your Mindset…fatloss and cutting made very simple!! May 24, 2010 One of the biggest things I have realized through personal experience, is that our bodies are extreamly additive vessels that we live in! Our bodies seem get addicted to just about anything that we continue to subject ourselfves to. No matter if its bad or good our boides seem to latch on… no matter if its bad or good our bodies want more of it…. It can be anything from working out in the gym to drinking beer. However once we take it away our bodies starve for more of it… but eventully after time of not having it… our bodies tend to almost revert to somthing new and fullfilling. not having it… our bodies tend to almost revert to somthing new and fullfilling. From the time I have started to understand this concept it has made everything in my life easier to deal with. As a matter a fact you can also take advantage of your body in a positive way. What I am saying is when it comes to cutting bady fat… or loosing weight in general, it can actually be very simple. Lets think about this for a min… so lets say for argument sake that you eat pretty good… but 20% of your diet is off whack…. Well, your body is used to eating like that, and almost in a sence addicted to eating that way. After some time realizing you can seem to shed that last 5-20 pounds, you decide to do somthing about it 1. your first day goes great…your motivated 2. your second day goes pretty good 3 you did ok but you feel like you have had your share of tuna, skinless bonless chicken, and salmon 4. By day 4 this eating habbits are getting prettyyy darm boring 5 By day 5 your trying to figure out how to spice up these recipies so they are not so darn boring 6 day…. OMG YOUR THINKING….. THIS IS KILLING MEEEEE…..I NEED A BIGMACCCC Right here at this point is the do or die area. This is where we typically fail… we eat some crap and then we go…ok…after this im gonna do it right… Excuse after excuse….During this entire time as we grab that bigmac….even if its only a half of one…lol…we are feeding that addicition  within us Here is how it should be….. When you get to that 6th day.. you need to understand your body is still on the mindframe of the way you were previously eating. It only craves what it knows!! If we understand this and push through and continue on, this gives us a chance to reprogram our bodies to actually be addicted to somthing that is healthy…. that benifits us…. that give us great gains and the ability to be very lean. I have always eaten pretty decent…but "pretty decent" is not good enough. Untill now I have found that I have went long enough that my body has no desire for the previous "addicted to foods" … Im actually to the point now where I actually crave salmon like there is no tomorrow. I crave vegetables and so on. SO lets recap on what I am saying here to clarify things: Our bodies are extreamly addictive vessels… which when it comes to eating and dieting our efforts at the gym can easily be runined with a bad diet. So… if we undertand this concept we can use it to our total advantage!!. Make a point of eating very clean… extreamly clean!! Tell yourself your going to do it for 2-3 weeks with no excuses. The reason we are saying 2-3 weeks is becasue food is no different then a bad drug.. you take it away..and you go through withdrawls. During this time… Understand your body wants the bad foods becasue thats what it is used to… However your body will drop the cravings and then start a new addiction… then new addiciton will be the new foods that you have trained your body to like and love…. If we undertsand why its hard to make changes…. it gets very easy…..if we understand why were making changes it can be very easy……… if we understand that our body will take on a new addiciton within a couple of weeks… then there is  BIG LIGHT WAITING FOR YOU AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL!! weeks… then there is  BIG LIGHT WAITING FOR YOU AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL! This blogg is basd on my personal experiences what I have found that works! Not some articale that some writer needed somthing to write about….I hope you enjoy

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Bodybuilder Pancakes

Oatmeal Pancake 10 egg whites plus 1 yolk 3 oz. Oatmea 1 tsp. Vanilla extract 1 tsp. Cinnamon 1 packet of artificial sweetener Directions: Combine the first four ingredients in a mixing bowl. Pre heat a non-stick skillet on medium to med-high heat. You might want to also use a non-stick cooking spray the size you want your pancake to be, pour some of the batter into the skillet. Flip the oatmeal pancake when the outer edges start to bubble and become crisp(About 2-3 min.). Cook other side for an additional 1-2 min. Repeat for the other oatmeal flapjacks. Serving Set them on a plate and sprinkle some artificial sweetener and additional cinnamon over the top. Serve hot and enjoy! They are delicious! Nurtrional Breakdown: Prepared as listed above contains: 522 cal.; 46g protein 65g carbohydrates, 10g of fiber; 10g fat; 400mg sodium.

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Someone plz help....got a bodyspace profile question

OK so here is my question.... When I go to my profile .... and beside my name (Username) there is a gray dot.,...to the right of my name... And I am going to assume that being a gray shaded colour that it means im offline.... Is there a setting on bodyspace to show an online status or offline status?

The odd thing is that when I when I go to different places such as dashboard it shows green as being online???

Kinda odd.... if anyone knows feel free to let me know,.....thanks

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REASONS FOR LOST MOTIVATION..... READ THIS!!!

In the last couple of weeks I have had alot of my friends here on bb.com saying there trying to get their motivation back. And I always try to give them some sound advice....so I figure I might as well share it with everyone.

I personally have realized that I have never ever really lost motivation for the gym itself!! What I have realized is that we all have things in our lives which do tend to ruin our motivation...... see the differance??

Let me give an example.... lets say for example you bf or gf or spouce is going through a rocky relationship with you..... Or a friend or family is ill.... or you have a court appearance coming up...... All of those things are things that can hurt your motivation level. On thing I try to incourage people is that you not necessarly lost your motivation for the gym itself.... however other things in your life can most definetly bother you enough to ruin your drive to want to go. I myself have wayyyy to much going on in my life...but at the same time once I realaize the issues are a copmpletly seperate/ and have abosolutly nothing to do with the gym.... I make damn sure it wont hurt my progress in the gym. 

My advice is this: when your motivation drops.....stop and ask yourself.... if I didnt go to the gym would it fix the problem? NO...definetly not... then ask yourself, whats bothering you? Try to deal with the issue best as your can.....when the issue is delt with, I guarantee you motivation will be back like crazy! Hope this helps

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The Quest For Huge Arms

If we stand back and look at somone with huge arms, one thing we always see in common in a good bulk set of sholders to match. If we see someone who does amazing heavy squats they always seem to have a great back and core.

So what I am saying is anyone who excells in a particualr area when it comes to bulk or size, has equal matching body parts to suppport.

Now back to the arms.... Like I said anyone who has great arms usually has great sholders. Buttttttttttttttt....... what about forearms???? When is the last time you heard anyone say "Mannnnnn I had an awsome forearm workout today."..... People spend hours and hours on biceps and tri's which is no doubt definetly needed... but what about the connected supporting muscles being the forearms????

I personally am 6' 2" and anyone that is tall like I am always has a tricky time with getting huge arms due to the height. I am going to do a test and make sure to workout forearms no diffrent then I would tri's or arms and see what differance it will make on my arms.

Feel free to give some input on how much you incorporate your forearms into your workouts... and what gains you have made becasue of it. !!!

 

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Best Protein Shake Everrrrrrrr

OK...so here is the scoop.... (No pun Inteneded). After I com back from the gym after an evening im usually starving.... And at 10:00 PM ay night I really dont want to have a entire meal sitting in my stomach while im trying to sleep...so here is my fix.


I make a peanut better cup shake.... Here are the ingredients...its very simple but yet very filling......


Whey/Iso chocolate protein... 2 scoops


1 medium bananna


1 full heaping tablespoon of peanut butter


Ice .....dont forget the ice!!!


about 2-3 cups of milk


Throw it all in the blender and pull it out when you see it bubble a bit (roughly 1 min in the blender)...This stuff taste so damn good it will put a fast food milk shake to shame!!!


ENJOY!!!

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This is why you squat !!!!!!!!!!

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1.) � It’s hard to puke doing curls. � � Dave Tate 

2.) �It’s a great excuse to wear a big ass belt that makes you look less  fat.� - Dave Tate 

3.) �I love hearing �head up� and it NOT being from a teacher.� � Dave Tate 

4.) �Bashing your head on the bar is totally okay.� � Dave Tate 

5.) �Internal rage.� � Dave Tate 

6.) �You can gear whore up more than any other lift.� � Dave Tate 

7.) �Very few movements require the same degree of dedication, desire and  determination as heavy squats. Squats are more than a physical strength builder  and may be the only movement that builds a person�s character. Life is about  standing up AFTER a heavy load takes you down.� � Dave Tate 

8.) �Light squats need to be treated as though they are heavy and heavy  squats as if they are light.� � Dave Tate 

9.) �No other exercise requires the same degree of total body tightness as  the squat.� � Dave Tate 

10.) �Any movement that uses cues �head up� and �chest up� is providing more  positive reinforcement in ONE workout than most people get in a month.� � Dave  Tate 

11.) � �Tweeds� never squat.� � Dave Tate 

12.) �One of the few lifts that can cause blood, sweat and tears to leave the  body at the same time - without you knowing.� � Dave Tate 

13.) �Increases bone density.� � Dave Tate 

14.) �I can�t stand to see a rack alone.� � Dave Tate 

15.) � �Scrop� � nothing better!� � Dave Tate 

16.) �Because you told me to!� � Chris Bell 

17.) �Great assistance work for the deadlift.� � Jeff 

18.) "There is simply no other exercise (and certainly no machine) that  produces the level of central nervous system activity, improved balance and  coordination, skeletal loading and bone density enhancement, muscular  stimulation and growth, connective tissue stress and strength, psychological  demand and toughness, and overall systemic conditioning than the correctly  performed full squat." �Mark Rippetoe 

19.) �After breaking my ankle twice and destroying my knee wrestling, my  doctor said I shouldn’t squat or deadlift anymore. That was 5 years ago. No one  tells me I can’t.� � Roman 

20.) �To prevent other people from doing curls in the squat rack.� � Nick 

21.) �There’s nothing like throwing 300+ pounds on my back at 5AM, right?� �  Sam 

22.) �It�s sadomasochism in its finest. The endorphins released by not  getting crushed by a weight and completing the lift is immense. I also like the  joy of being sore after a great session, as well as the complete stress release  it has. After a hard squat session, I can�t be stressed because I don�t have  enough energy.� � Curtis 

23.) �For performance and the fact it makes me feel strong(er)!!!� - Luka 

24.) �I wouldn’t ask the kids I coach to do something I wouldn’t do myself.  Plus, they cure cancer.� � Chad 

25.) �Because I can. Ok, so I also kind of like hearing the guys whisper  �damn� under their breath when they watch.� � Charlotte 

26.) �They cure cancer. AND they make you one STRONG old lady pushing 60!!� �  Elaine 

27.) �I love the belt taking a few inches off my waist. No need for cardio!�  � Curtis 

28.) �If you don�t squat, you�re officially an arsehole!� � Sean 

29.) �The squat just builds overall body power… no exercise like it.� �  John 

30.) �Nothing else gives that same sense of being a F*CKING man.� � Tone 

31.) �If you go heavy enough you can see twinkling lights all year round  instead of just waiting for Christmas.� � Steve 

32.) �Because if I don’t, I get cranky.� �Ben 

33.) �I like breaking capillaries and blowing blood vessels in my eyes just  so people look at me like I�m crazy.� � Peter 

34.) �I like to see just how far I can push my body.� � Mike 

35.) �I’m addicted to squatting. I don’t even like it.� � Dan 

36.) �They make me happy. And they give me something to look forward to all  day on Mondays.� � Josh 

37.) �They make my ass look good.� � Jane 

38.) �They cure EVERYTHING!� � Joel 

39.) �The only thing that feels better than squats are deadlifts, and because  it makes me feel good for ages afterwards.� � Brian 

40.) �I enjoy the pain and the misery of the hard work that it requires.� �  Ken 

41.) �To prove that it can be done even though I have a bad back, bad knee  and messed up shoulder.� � Jim 

42.) �Easy to do, long time to master.� � Timothy 

43.) �It is HARD and I think it takes years off of your life when you use  bands.� � John 

44.) �It is great way to utilize the curling rack… Oh, and it is the  GREATEST LIFT OF ALL TIME!� � Jerome 

45.) �It�s better than a leg press.� � Mike 

46.) �What else would I do on Sundays?� � Bill 

47.) �Because cowards won’t.� � Larry 

48.) �More muscular bulk equals more muscular power. Squats are the best  exercise to gain muscular weight, so squats are the most important lift.� � Todd 

49.) �Squats build back strength contributing to other lifts. Even a bench  press person can benefit the bench through squatting. I like the squat because  it has a rebound motion making it different from the one-way  pull-from-a-dead-stop of the deadlift.� � Hans 

50.) �It makes me uncontrollably slap ignorant people� the whole day.� -  Larry 

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Are You A Gym Idiot?? Time for a little humor (Reposted)

  • People not returning weight plates to the tree. Do you really expect the next person to clear away your 45 lb plates off the machine? Don’t be a meathead, plus you get some forearm work putting the plates back.
  • Barbell curls within the squat rack. Find another place to do these, they’re squat racks for a reason.
  • Inexperienced squatters. Watching someone load up the bar with over 200 lbs and only going to a 1/4 inch depth on the squat. What’s the use, you’re not getting anything out of the exercise that way. And then not put the weights away. Note: I was in this group for a short while until someone smartened me up on these.
  • Cell phone users. Are you there to get better or shoot the ****? Other people don’t want to hear about your day while they are working out.
  • Dumbbells not returned to the rack. Why do people need to use mapquest to find their weights?
  • Time in the gym. I used to get to the gym by 3.30 and be done by 4.45 and some people would be on the same exercise the whole time I was there.
  • Showoffs. The grunters/yellers (I’m talking really loud, I grunt on the last rep or two with heavy weights with about an 8 foot voice.) who want everyone to know they are doing their 1/4 inch squats on every rep.
  • Guys who stare at women exercising. There was a guy at one gym I belonged to who would stare at all the women in the gym area working out. Way to help women overcome their fear of the weight room there buddy.
  • People getting to close to you while you’re in the middle of an exercise. The thought of someone bumping into a dumbbell in the middle of a db bench set makes my shoulder hurt already. There’s like 10k sq feet in here, you don’t need to be on top of me.
  • Arm Farm Residents. The guys that you see doing biceps every day they are there. Not to mention the fact they rock enough to mimic a rocker. I do bicep curls like 1x a week for 1 set. You’ll get bigger arms by doing pullups/chinups and get more out of those compound exercises than isolating your bi’s with those rocking chair db curls.

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    Recovery is not just for your muscle... Central Nervous System (CNS) Fatigu

    You might not recognize the name, but you may be familiar with the effects of Central Nervous System (CNS) Fatigue. The symptoms of CNS Fatigue can include lack of motivation, poor mood, impaired cognitive ability and abnormally high perceptions in regards to the force of exertion-that is, we think we're working out a lot harder than we actually are. These are the most obvious symptoms, but there are other less evident ones too.


    You already know that the central nervous system is what controls our body's functions, which includes muscle contractions. The theory behind CNS Fatigue is that there are not one, but two points from which our muscles can become fatigued: 1) in the muscle itself; and 2) at the point of origin of the muscular contraction (the central nervous system). Fatigue in the muscle itself is referred to as peripheral fatigue while fatigue at the point of origin is known as central fatigue.


    We're all familiar with peripheral fatigue and what to do about it-proper nutrition, supplementation and allowing sufficient time for recovery between training sessions. But how do you manage fatigue that starts deep down in the brain and hits before it even gets to the muscle? That's a mystery that researchers have been working to unravel over the past several years and fortunately, they've made a lot of headway.


    Just like everything else in our bodies, the central nervous system needs fuel to keep it going. If that system is running low on fuel, then performance-including muscle function-is hampered. Specifically, the function of the neurotransmitters-which are responsible for sending signals from the brain to the muscles-are impaired. This would also result in the onset of the psychological symptoms (poor mood, lack of motivation, etc.) mentioned above. Just like the muscle systems, the central nervous system can run out of fuel due to overexertion or lack of nutrition. Some powerlifters and strongmen competitors are particularly susceptible to CNS Fatigue due to the fact that they often do so many single repetition lifts. This can overly stress the nervous system, cause it to "run out of fuel" and can result in the onset of CNS Fatigue.

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    Results after 9 Months, Professionally tested Muscle/Bodyfat Change

    So here is the scoop.... At the end of last winter I was 218 lbs... and along with it was bodyfat of course. Over the summer I dropped down to 200 lbs. As my weight dropped I feared lossing muscle.

    Tonight I went to the my gym and asked for a complete bodyfat/muscle testing results.

    Here are the results which shocked me:

    Origionally Dec 2009 - 209 Lbs @ 20.7 % body fat. I had 40lbs of actual bodyfat

    9 Months later (Today) 203 Lbs @ 14.2 % Body fat. = 20 lbs of actuall bodyfat

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    End result is: I have lost 6.5 % bodyfat...lost 20 actual lbs of bodyfat after 9 months....and gained 6 lbs of solid muscle

    Couldnt be happier. I will keep ya's posted on future changes :) 

     

     

     

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