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  1. Nemesai is offline

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    A good bodyweight routine is all you need. Weights can just accelerate the process.

    Do pushups, diamond pushups, wide pushups.. Pull ups, narrow grip pullups, commando pullups.. Situps, Toe Touches, Flipper kicks, Hello-Darlins.. Body builders, mountain climbers, hand-stand presses, chin ups, etc etc. Squats, dips.

    You should do each group (pushup group) in pyramid fashion, 2 4 6 8 10 8 6 4 2 (3 different styles)

    and alternate pushup days and pull up days, pull ups 1 2 3 4 5 4 3 2 1 (on 3 different styles)

    add a situp group on each day upper one day lower the next, 5 10 15 20 25 20 15 10 5 (2 styles)

    Set a strict time of 15 second break in between each step of the pyramid and a couple minute break between each change in method. (Go as high as you can with good form on any pyramid, then back down)

    You may not get all blowed up and puffy like some lifters, but you'll be cut like wind through blowing through the grass. The more protein and good timing of amino acids intake as well as just eating a lot will bring results faster.
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    Posted On:
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    I'm getting big just reading this thread! *rimshot*

    But seriously, if you have a barbell, it's not any different from the barbells at the gym. Just do the same things you would do at the gym, but at home. This has probably all been said before but I didn't read this thread because it's all the same as these other 'Iz d0n't w4nts z to g0 to the gymz!' threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razamataz
    I'm getting big just reading this thread! *rimshot*
    well then, stop "rubbing it so furiously"!!

    man makers, all you need is two 35# dumbbells-ouch! (scroll down in link to see photos):

    http://www.gymjones.com/schedule.php?date=20051123


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    omg

    wow, I didn't know there are so many exercises out there I could do, and so many names for them.

    Nemesai: What are Hello-darlin's?

    theotherserge: I meant big as in, getting to look like a light-heavyweight boxer would look like. Or like Cung Le. I am not sure if he works out in the gym, so the question is can someone my size (just converted my height & weight to US standards: I'm 5'10, 168 pounds) grow to look like him, just working out using my bodyweight? I apologize because I was not clear enough before :icon_rabb

    DannyMac: "the holy grail: One-arm\one-leg on an incline push-ups" Wow. I wonder how one does that. Have a video of a guy doing this? :icon_boun

    Teh El Macho: Thanks, I just had this idea of lifting full water containers (for my dispenser at home) off the ground up to me one of my shoulders. I'm gonna do squats with them later on! Great!

    I only thought of workouts that are conventional: push-ups with the gym ball (I can manage about 40 now), 10 close-grip pull-ups (i raise my knees to my chest when I pull up), dips that have helped build muscle in me arms and chest (raising my knees to me chest when I push up the twin rails too).

    Motivation - yes that's the main problem right now, I'm just too lazy to do squats. For my legs, I play futsal (indoor soccer) 3 times per week, and i practice kicking on me heavy bag.

    I have started doing push-ups on stair rails, but I found it awkward pushing up. Perhaps not used to this routine? :icon_boun

    diesel_tke: Thank you so much for the link to Bodyweightculture.com! Exactly what I need. 180cm and 102kg, holy sh*t what is your work out???
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2008 7:23am


     Style: Les Mills Bodycombat™

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    You can make your own weighted bag from some sand and old duffle bag or holdall or even a sack or a matress cover. Here's a legal free downoad of an exercise manual for a bag.

    http://www.performt.com/manual.pdf
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    Posted On:
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    Dumbells are pretty cheap. I think my 40's were about $0.50/lb.


    I like that 'man-maker' in that gymjones link you posted there serge. like burpees with dumbells and rows thrown in. i'll be doing that one more often.
    :new_all_c
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    That "man-maker" looks to be a killer workout. Will have to give that a try....
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    10/15/2008 1:43pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemesai
    A good bodyweight routine is all you need. Weights can just accelerate the process.

    Do pushups, diamond pushups, wide pushups.. Pull ups, narrow grip pullups, commando pullups.. Situps, Toe Touches, Flipper kicks, Hello-Darlins.. Body builders, mountain climbers, hand-stand presses, chin ups, etc etc. Squats, dips.

    You should do each group (pushup group) in pyramid fashion, 2 4 6 8 10 8 6 4 2 (3 different styles)

    and alternate pushup days and pull up days, pull ups 1 2 3 4 5 4 3 2 1 (on 3 different styles)

    add a situp group on each day upper one day lower the next, 5 10 15 20 25 20 15 10 5 (2 styles)

    Set a strict time of 15 second break in between each step of the pyramid and a couple minute break between each change in method. (Go as high as you can with good form on any pyramid, then back down)

    You may not get all blowed up and puffy like some lifters, but you'll be cut like wind through blowing through the grass. The more protein and good timing of amino acids intake as well as just eating a lot will bring results faster.
    Blowed up and puffy = strong... right?
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by excess_rage
    Teh El Macho: Thanks, I just had this idea of lifting full water containers (for my dispenser at home) off the ground up to me one of my shoulders. I'm gonna do squats with them later on! Great!
    There you go. I actually have two 5-gallon plastic jugs of water which I use for cleans (for time). As they become easier, I will begin replacing some of the water with sand. Replacing a liter of water with sand can easily bring up the weight by approximately 4lbs.
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    Posted On:
    10/15/2008 7:15pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakmongkol
    Blowed up and puffy = strong... right?
    Size isnt necesarily = to strength. There are good ways about getting big and strong, like Stronglifts 5x5 program. But you can get shredded without any equipment too.



    Hello-Darlins = laying on your back, hands under butt. Raise your feet off the ground a few inches and spread them apart, bring them back together and repeat. It's brutal.
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