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Old 01-28-2006, 10:13 PM   #1
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Arrow Someone help me out... work out plan?..

I'm moving to a new apt on the 31st... the biggest selling point to me was the 24 hour weight room! Litterly I can go there at 2am if I am bored and work out! I love that!

I used to work out when I was in highschool, and I really enjoyed... I'm 24 years old, 150lb (just gained 5lb..w00t w00t) and 6'1-2"..

What do I need to do to get defined somewhat... I know I am not going to get BULKY/Built.. just because of how I am shapped I am tall and thin...

Can you guys help me out on what to do, eat..etc I've been told take those instant meals that you drink, up my protein..etc

I used to take American Whey all the time when I did work out and when I did that and lifted I weighed in at 165lb...

Lots of reps with less weight, more weight less reps...etc? Any experts out there please chime in!

I am very serious about this because it will make me happy on a personal level that I can achieve my desired out come!

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Old 01-28-2006, 10:14 PM   #2
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good luck with that, dont let those stacked black gang members scare you away from your tiny gym room at 4am.
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:26 PM   #3
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www.bodyforlife.com is pretty good from what I hear, and I'm goint to start doing it soon. Streetman did it and had some amazing results. Textbook "before and after" pictures and all.
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:37 PM   #4
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It all depends how far you are willing to go...
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:45 PM   #5
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It all depends how far you are willing to go...
EXACTLY. you get out what you put in. if you want to get more defined, basics wise, i would say be very critical of everything you put in your body (esp. considering your build). good protein aka lean chicken, fish, eggs, beef...lots of water, good balenced diet. eating the right stuff is just as important as working out. if you work out all the time, but don't fuel your body right, you will never see results. i would recommend getting some whey protein as an extra meal to furthur up your protein uptake. besides that, depends on how many times a week you want to work out. if you want mass/bulk>>low reps big weight. if you want tone/endurance>>high reps low weight. i don't pretend to be some body-builder but i know a bit about lifting from football and lots of reading. hope that helps.
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:58 PM   #6
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I agree with poon warrior ( as crazy as his name is ). Basically the plan is to break down your muscles by lifting weight. Then they heal, to make more out of the healing process you can feed your body better things like protein, light complex carbs, vitamins, and water.

Now forget about thinking if you do one thing or another your going to get bulky or too big. Your body doesnt change overnight, so you just keep working out and eating right and then stop when you think you have done good.

I would suggest eating more meals as you want to feed your body more since your 150 lbs. Start out with 1-1.5 grams of protein per pound of body weight per day and if you see good results you can move that to 2 grams per pound. Drink more water then you want to.

As for the lifting, you can get away with 3-4 exercises per body section. Like doing 3-4 exercises for chest, 3-4 for triceps, 3-4 for bicepts, and so on. To begin, keep it simple and do 3 sets of 8 reps per exercise. If you do all of this for 6 months, you will have no problem gaining a consistant 1-1.5 lbs of true lean muscle per week. So you could be a good 30 lbs heavier in muscle in 6 months.

Now if your impatient and want it faster, there are other things you can do. I would suggest PM'ing me for that info.
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