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2006/07/15 19:04:53 (permalink)
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Need to work upper body

Hey. I need some help coming up with a good routine to work my biceps, triceps, chest and shoulders. I don't belong to a gym at the moment so I'm just using weights.

I specifically want to work on my triceps and chest. If anyone knows of an effective routine you're using yourself, or a friend is using, feel free to post it as it would help me a lot.
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    GRIFF 1980
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    RE: Need to work upper body 2006/07/15 21:58:59 (permalink)
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    Hi mate

    Routine I have used:

    Chest/Shoulders/Triceps

    Chest Press
    Military Press
    Dips
    Skullcrushers

    Back/Biceps

    Deadlifts
    Chins
    BB Rows / DB Rows
    BB Curls

    What are you doing for legs?


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    RE: Need to work upper body 2006/07/16 12:46:41 (permalink)
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    I'm not doing anything for my legs actually, which is probably a mistake as i kickbox quite a bit and should be training my thighs and calves.

    I've never really worked my legs before, wouldn't know where to start =/
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    RE: Need to work upper body 2006/07/16 12:56:18 (permalink)
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    It is important to work legs, especially if you kickbox.

    Legs -

    - Lying leg curls
    - Leg Extensions
    - Squats
    - Calf Raises.
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