Thread: Weightlifting kirstion
1/06/2005 4:08am, #11
First off........ if your goal is to Flat Bench 200 for 50 reps..... then there's no point in doing incline and decline presses. If you want to be able to BARBELL bench 200 lbs for 50 reps.... then you're gonna have to get away from the dumbbells as soon as you can. If that's your goal..... then work your strength up to 200.... and then just go for reps at 200.
But like others on this thread....... I dunno why you'd wanna rep 200 for 50.
1/06/2005 12:27pm, #12
Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
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1/06/2005 12:48pm, #13Originally Posted by baofuhaibo
just I'm trying to increase your strength. You don't get rapid strength gain from isolation.Originally Posted by Dochter
1/07/2005 3:02am, #14
It depends. The quickest way to strengthen an individual MUSCLE is to isolate it as completely as possible. Problem being, in reality, muscles are virtually NEVER used in isolation, so you need to train the body to be as strong as possible in compound movements where muscles are used together.
1/07/2005 11:18am, #15
I don't agree with doing any isolation movements, but what TaeBo says otherwise is correct :)
1/07/2005 11:20am, #16Originally Posted by Koto_Ryu
And he is in fact stupid. Search his other posts.
1/07/2005 11:40am, #17
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That's an awful lot of work to put in for such a strange, and rather pointless goal. 50 reps at 200 is alot. And at the moment you can do 4 at 200? Good luck.Is Wayne Brady gonna have to choke a bitch?
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1/10/2005 11:04pm, #19
Maybe he got the idea from Richard Marcinko, who said in one of his books he used do bench 450lbs 165 times every other day.
1/10/2005 11:05pm, #20
Do not listen to bao, he doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. Benching 50x200.... Okay...