1. #1
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    Jun 2001

    Post Your Basic Workout

    Was wondering if I could get some input on a good workout.

    I'm thinking M,W,F for upper body?
    T,Th,(maybe Sat.) for legs?

    I do NOT want to loose weight (actually need some extra pounds)

    I'm looking to gain muscle mass.

    I have plenty of time in the evening so feel free to lay out a good workout.
    Thanks for the time/input.

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    get into a good alternating day routine of both upper and lower body workout. i would suggest squats,deadlifts,military press and hang cleans all add muscle in important areas plus its in areas (gluets,legs,back) were u will benefit in strength. good luck and u might try a full diet and may be some supplements.
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    Skowhegan, ME


    my leg workput consists of
    1. Leg Press
    12 @ 380lbs (warmup)
    10 @ 470 (+90)
    8 @ 560 (+90)
    6 @ 740 (+180)
    4 @ 920 (+180)
    and sometimes
    2 @ 1010 (+90)

    2. Leg Curl
    3 sets of 8 @ 250

    3. Leg extensions
    3 sets of 8 @ 210

    4. Seated Calf raises
    3 sets of 25 @ 135

    It took me a long time to get to that point. My upper body strenth is just average, I need to work more on that. But I like that sequence. It's more of a strenth workout though.

  4. #4
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    May 2000
    DFW area of Texas


    You want mass?

    Do the big 3 three days a week and eat and supplement right.

    Squats, bench and deadlifts.
    It's only my opinion. I do not speak for any group or organization I belong to or associate with or people I know - especially my employer. If you like it, we can share it, you don't have to give me credit. If you don't, we are allowed to disagree too (but be ready to be challenged, you may be on to something I'm not). That's what makes America great!

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    Default Haligan125

    No squats?
    (Just curious, not saying it's wrong/right to do squates)

    Also, do you mind if I ask how long it took you to get to where your at now?

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