Teen Work Out Plan

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  1. Jadef17

    Jadef17 Well-Known Member

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    nice examples, thanks for taking the time to help people out :)
     
  2. asskilla

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    cool
     
  3. perko

    perko Well-Known Member

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    what do you mean by 'sets' and 'reps' is it ?

    dont know much weight lifting jargon, i just use my bros eq.
     
  4. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    "reps" refers to how many repetitions of the movement one does in single group.

    "sets" refers to the number of sets which include such said movements.
     
  5. DrEw91

    DrEw91 Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if I am the only one who noticed this, but all you are doing is recapping all of the basic weight exercises. It isn't much of a plan. If you wanted a plan, you should include nutritional charts on what to eat, how to make it, ect.

    Or you could have included some exercises that aren't used normally.

    You should also include that it can be dangerous to do bench presses without a spotter.
     
  6. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    good point on the nutrition part,

    it's somewhat dangerous to bench even with a spotter though, ever here of rotator cuff injuries? a vast majority come from benching.
     
  7. frozen_lama

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    this is great thanks for posting!
     
  8. sleepykid927

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    niiice ill try it out
     
  9. Aiden

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    Looks that guy is squatting 75 lbs... rofl
     
  10. Still.HerexEDGE

    Still.HerexEDGE Well-Known Member

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    Very nice. Useful. Not my work out plan, but it aint bad.
     
  11. kenshin4000

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    lol nice ahaha i do some of this in the jim whean i work out
     
  12. Spartan000

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    :\ Like DrEw91 said, these look just like basic crunches and pulls. Thanks for telling me what the are actually used for though. I really wondered on some of them.
     
  13. IlluZionGfX

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    Very nicely put together, well be useful

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    sometimes normal curls with some general weights per day and some leg excersise and abdominal excersizeis good..
     
  14. xlink

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    if you can't squat your body weight, it's probably pretty hard to walk... Also, it looks like he over curls his back up comprimising on form, at that weight there is no excuse to comprimise of form even if just slightly


    looks like his dead lift is a bit better though looks like 200 something, not great but acceptable.
     
  15. .parfekt//

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    What's better, working out or cardio?
     

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