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2004/02/09 20:07:19 (permalink)
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Fluid Transition Routine

Anyone have a Endur Str and Bulk Routine? Im looking to gain mass, str and endurance. Cutting is not the most important because im about 320 lbs heh Im putting on the muscle then doing HIT to take off the weight. My stats are 6'1 320 id like to get down to 220 and be 15 or lower percent body fat at about 220 lbs. Right now I have a pretty good wieder system only problem is leg machine is kinda rough since its cable pulled. Any info will be helpful. I eat about every 3 hours on a low fat/low sugar diet have lost 70 lbs already. Thanks for your time..
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    JayavarmanVII
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/09 20:22:08 (permalink)
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    I'm no expert on this matter but if you're carrying in excess of 100lbs bf I'd say cutting should be your no.1 priority. I would do just enough weight training to MAINTAIN existing muscle mass. That's just my opinion tho, I'm sure some will disagree.

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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/09 20:44:28 (permalink)
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    IMO that could be considered a waste. Muscle burns fat, more muscle = more fat burn on top of the HIT i will be doing after i do a mass/str/endur phase. But i could be wrong which is why im posting :)
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/09 20:54:36 (permalink)
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    Thats all well and good for someone carrying a few pounds of fat but your situation is quite different IMO. Wait for more replies but if you value you health and longevity you'll concentrate on fat burning for now.

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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/10 18:29:01 (permalink)
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    Ok ill try to do them both at the same time. Ill do my normal routine and do some HIT but its gonna hurt my muscle gains
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/11 07:15:36 (permalink)
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    I've got the weight droping I've droped 70 already I got a nice weider gym plus a heavy bag and a recumbent bike to do HIT on. Slowly but surely its comming off I just perfer to start buking while I work on the weight. But if you guys think thats a bad idea ill drop down to about 20 - 25% BF before I start bulking.
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/11 12:16:39 (permalink)
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    Dont think about bulking and cutting.

    I'm guessing you are relatively new to training with weights (properly anyway) therefore i would recomend the following.

    3 days resistance training (the split, if you choose to do one, is up to you but when you have decided post it up and let me have a look. Only use compound exercises)

    3 days cardio. I like the bag but personally i would drop the bike and do walk/ jog intervals if posible. This will lead to greater cal expenditure

    Follow a clean diet, there is no need to go on a mega strict cutting diet, at your current size simply eating clean will have the desired effect. 5 or 6 small meals spaced out 3 hours apart each day will be fine. Aprox 1g protein perlb body weight, moderate carbs (no simple stuff) and low fat (essential fats only plus what is present in your protein and carb food)

    The good new is that as you are fairly new to training your body will add muscle as you diet as a simple adaptaion to the work you are doing. You are right that this will help your body fat come down but at your current BF level you can add muscle without following a bulking diet.

    If your body needs to draw on energy to add extra muscle where do you think it will get it from other than excess food?

    The answer is your own bodyfat stores!

    Hope that makes sense

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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/11 14:29:05 (permalink)
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    You're still not getting it bro. No offence, but you are seriously overweight and shouldn't even be thinking about bulking. You may even have to accept that SOME muscle loss is inevitable while trying to loss that much BF. You might even consider seeing a physician and/or get some professional weight loss advice.

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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/11 17:53:46 (permalink)
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    If you are over weight to that extent you will add muscle and lose weight at the same time, especially if you are undertrained.

    Do what i outlined and you will be fine
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/12 07:32:07 (permalink)
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    I got it and no im not new to training I have done it on and off the form is a different story my high school coach messed my back leg and tailbone up with his stupid "training program and form" So I stoped working out for awhile now im training myself. I am over weight but still decently strong just have little muscular endurance which is why I wanted your opinions on a training program as in Bench deadlift flys skulls etc... Lemme know.
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    RE: Fluid Transition Routine 2004/02/12 09:26:33 (permalink)
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    OK, go on a basic 3 day split, allcompound movements.

    On the days in between do 30-40mins cardio or some hit stuff (again do not use the bike, run instead)

    Eat very clean

    You will lose fat, gain some muscle and feel alot better
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