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What workout program is good for me?

I'm 5'8'' (1,73m) and weigh 157lb (71kg). I don't really want to lose weight, but I don't have much muscles right now and I want to get a six pack and stronger arms.

I'd rather do a workout at home and do sports than go to the gym. What can you recommend?

First off there are six basic steps you need to get a six pack and stronger arms
1. Manage your diet. Your diet must consist of the essential proteins and carbs, but dont be overeating. You need to take in fewer calories than you expend each day.This will give you the energy you need to keep hold of your hard earned muscle while taking just enough off the top to burn off the lard. The amount you need depends on your bodyweight - a complete calorie plan that’s right for you is detailed on the next page. As we get leaner, we also have less body fat to call on for energy resources. So the plan is to cut back on our diet even more in some areas and use a few extra tricks to get rid of those last few pounds of lard.
2. ALeg Press/ Dumbbell Pullover/ Chin Up
Dumbbell Squat or Barbell Squat/ Cable Straight Armed Pushdown/
Lat Pulldown

Incline Dumbbell Bench Press/ Barbell Bent Over Row/ Parallel Bar Dip
Incline Barbell or Machine Chest Press/ Prone Dumbbell Row or Seated Cable Row/ Close Grip Bench Press with Dumbbells or Barbell

Machine Shoulder Press/ Barbell Curl/
Weighted Abdominal CrunchDumbbell or Barbell Overhead Press/ Machine or Cable Curl/
Machine or Cable Ab Crunch

RoutineExercise
Or try…
BLeg Press/ Dumbbell Pullover
Dumbbell Squat or Barbell Squat/ Cable Straight Armed Pushdown

Leg Extension/ Leg Curl
Sissy Squat/ Hamstring Bridges

Incline Dumbbell Bench Press/ Prone Dumbbell Row
Incline Barbell or Machine Chest Press/ Barbell Bent Over Row or Seated Cable Row

Lat Pulldown/ Machine Shoulder Press
Chin Up or Assisted Chin Up/ Dumbbell or Barbell Overhead Press

Tricep Pushdown/ Barbell Curl
Dumbbell or Barbell Overhead Tricep Extension/ Machine or Cable Curl

Back Extension

CWood Chopper (Left Side)/ Reverse Crunch/
Wood Chopper (Right Side)Twisting Ab Crunch (Left Side)/ Knee Raise /
Twisting Ab Crunch (Right Side)

Hay Bailer (Left Side)/ Weighted Abdominal Crunch/
Hay Bailer (Right Side)Hay Bailer with Dumbbell (Left Side)/ Machine Ab Crunch or Cable Ab Crunch/ Hay Bailer with Dumbbell (Right Side)

Leg Press
Dumbbell Squat or Barbell Squat

Chin Up
Assisted Chin Up or Lat Pulldown

Parallel Bar Dip
Close Grip Bench Press with Dumbbells or Barbell

•Don’t do any more than three sessions a week and make sure you leave a day in between each session. So you could do Monday, Wednesday and Friday or Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The days and times you go to the gym make no difference, so pick a time to suit you.

•If you want, you can throw in an extra 30 mins of light cardio exercise (such as swimming or cycling) on one of your off days. There’s no need to do any more than this, and it can actually be counterproductive.

•Take four seconds to lift each weight and four seconds to lower it. Count out loud or in your head if it helps.

•Pick a weight you can raise and lower (called a repetition or “rep”) at least eight times.

•Do as many reps as you can, always striving to do at least one more at each session.

•Don’t stop when you reach 10 reps – do as many as you can. Just remember to increase the weight for that exercise at your next session.

•Perform one set per exercise and always strive to improve at each workout.

•Perform all the exercises on one line back to back with little or no rest in between. So, in the first example, do your set of Leg Presses and immediately follow it with Dumbbell Pullovers and Chin Ups. Then rest and move onto Incline Dumbbell Bench Presses and so on.

•Drink plenty of water before, during and after exercising

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June 20th, 2002 at 6:36 am

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