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Big W
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2008/05/21 16:22:40 (permalink)
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Help on weightloss

Hi

I'm trying to loose some flab on a program, here's my post in the weight loss section

http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/m_2730595/tm.htm

any comments and advce appreciated.

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    globogym
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    RE: Help on weightloss 2008/05/23 14:44:02 (permalink)
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    why are you doing so many reps in your weight training?
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    RE: Help on weightloss 2008/05/27 11:14:40 (permalink)
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    The reason for the large amount of reps was because of a program that i thought i'd follow from Muscle & Fitness.

    After finishing the 1st week i had very stiff muscles, they were certainly well broken down.
    I think for this week i'm going to do less sets and less reps.
    Set 1 very heavy 6 reps
    Set 2 heavy 10 reps (if i hit 11 or 12 up the weight next time)
    Set 3 medium 20 reps to really pump the muscles. This may also be a drop set with a total of 20 reps starting from the weight in set 1 depending on how may reps i do in set 2.

    This is for fat-loss so my rests are between 30 - 45 seconds and the whole session is as intense as i can make it so that i can really get my metabolism motoring and work my muscles hard.

    Does this sound better? After last week i can definately say it was too excessive.
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