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Re:Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2010/09/24 22:27:12 (permalink)
The more you get used to it, the less you will feel doms anywhere. If you're worried try changing a few of the exercises around, add weight to chins, change the grip etc. This routine is a very good base with all you need.
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2010/09/28 19:06:35 (permalink)
Nice stuff !
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2010/09/28 19:07:18 (permalink)
Nice stuff !
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2010/10/18 18:08:26 (permalink)
I'm a complete beginner to bodybuilding and that post has helped a lot, i've been doing weight training semi-seriously for a couple of months but want to get serious now, cheers!
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2010/12/05 08:55:03 (permalink)
CASHMAN   you sound very very knowledgable please look at my work out and tell me if im doing it wrong etc..

ok work out...

5- 10 mins on the boxing bag and sum days il go for a 5-10 min ride on my bike

CHEST

bench press 3 sets of 10 ( i have a joe weider cable home gym so you sit up and bench press)

bench press 3 sets of 10... there is 2 dofferent hand positions on the bench press bit so on this one my thumbs are facing up

peck dek 3 sets of 10

i start at a lower weight on the first set then go higher on the second then higher on 3rd i usualy do this on all my lifting

SHOLDERS

arnold sholder press 3 sets of 10

bent over butterflys 3 sets of 10

standing butterflys 3 sets of 10
front raises 3 sets of 10
TRICEPS

dumbell lifts 3 sets of 10

tricep dips 3 sets of 10

tricep pull downs (sitting down) 3 sets of 10

tricep pull downs(standing up) 3 sets of 10

BICEPS

hammer curls(with dumbells) 3 sets of 10

curls(with dumbells) 3 sets of 10

TRAPS

i use the long bar an do 3 sets of 10

ABS

i have a ab rocker works good

LEGS

leg pull ups--3 sets of 10 

im working on splitting it all in to 3 days 
  
 
im after creating a good muscle building routine any help will be much apreciated

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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/02/03 15:24:35 (permalink)
Does anyone have an speadsheet of Cashman's routine so that I can keep tabs on a daily basis of weights/reps etc?  If not is there anyone that is savvy enough to draft one up for me?
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/02/28 14:33:34 (permalink)
budest

Does anyone have an speadsheet of Cashman's routine so that I can keep tabs on a daily basis of weights/reps etc?  If not is there anyone that is savvy enough to draft one up for me?


Budest, do you have iphone or android device at all? There are a few apps that do this.

I have just started also, and am using JEFit on my HTC desire. I must say, it's top notch! Keeps a good journal of all your weights/reps etc...and it's free!

Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty... Theodore Roosevelt 
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Re:Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/05/03 13:08:24 (permalink)
Excellent post Cashman!  A great summary for a beginner.
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/05/06 12:59:48 (permalink)
Great read gave me some good tips on where to start looks like im getting some whey tonight
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/05/19 09:12:39 (permalink)
Mint post, answered pretty much every question I had.
 
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Re:Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/06/06 17:49:52 (permalink)
Soooooo sorry for not replying sooner to everyone that asked me a question. The last 18 months has been murder with so much happening that has kept me off the boards and out the gym :-(
 
After such a long layoff I Will be coming right back to my original routine and making my comeback letting diet and muscle memory do the rest. I'll let you know how I get on. :-)
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/07/07 19:44:53 (permalink)
I found great animated exercise base for all muscle groups. Maybe this will help you.
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/08/20 04:28:50 (permalink)
this may be a really dumb question.. but what do you consider a good warm up.. i mean i always do a 5 min row before i workout but i get told i gotta stretch ect. which i never do. should i do 5 mins row followed by stretches?
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2011/09/06 18:40:47 (permalink)
great article, covers everything well. cheers
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/01/04 22:15:37 (permalink)
how do u start threads ?
post edited by TheSaint17 - 2012/01/04 23:13:15
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/01/13 22:59:23 (permalink)
Cashman

Reddi, the guys have it spot on. The routine should not neccessarily become easire as you get stronger as you just keep increasing the weight so that it's a struggle to reach 6 perfect reps. When you can do 8 perfect reps add more weight. That keeps your training intensity high. I'd leave the second routine for at least 3 months until you are comfortable with your strength boundaries, know how your body reacts, and you start to plateau (i.e don't get any stronger or bigger).

Good luck mate.

 
Cashman (I know this is an old post mate but I have taken to reading the whole thread properly) the highlighted bit above you are referring to, I assume, the last set is that correct?  So theoritically speaking if one is doing 3 sets they should lift a weight that they can do 8 sets with perfect form followed by 7 then 6 and when you can do 8 reps of the thrid set you up the weight, am I reading that right?

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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/02/02 11:20:51 (permalink)
Hi Budest,
 
Start by using this principle on the first set IMHO. More importantly listen to your body. Some days you'll feel a little bit sharper and stronger than others. Use it as your first set target after you've done your warmup as the first working full set is where you are going to be strongest IMHO. I use the 2 rep spread to give a little margin for good and not so good days. When it feels like you can get to 8 reps on sets 1 & 2 then I tend to think that's the time to up the ante a little.
 
Hope that helps
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/02/16 00:15:14 (permalink)
Cashman

Hi Budest,

Start by using this principle on the first set IMHO. More importantly listen to your body. Some days you'll feel a little bit sharper and stronger than others. Use it as your first set target after you've done your warmup as the first working full set is where you are going to be strongest IMHO. I use the 2 rep spread to give a little margin for good and not so good days. When it feels like you can get to 8 reps on sets 1 & 2 then I tend to think that's the time to up the ante a little.

Hope that helps


Absolutely mate. 





 
post edited by budest - 2013/01/23 23:47:57
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/02/21 14:25:21 (permalink)
i like to train each muscle on its own chest.back traps. legs. shoulders. arms.
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RE: Bodybuilding for the Beginner! 2012/07/05 13:34:05 (permalink)
Cashman, Hope you dont minf this quick post here. I have started ur program and was wondering my surplus on workout days is 500 (2700cals) should I eat 2700 on rest days to or lower?

128lbs of nothing aiming for 165lbs of lean muscle
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