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>> No. 4083 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 4:44 pm
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R8 my workout.

Squat 1x100 Deadlift 1x100 Bench 1x100 Pulldown 1x100 Press 1x100 Curl 1x100 Calves 1x100 Leg raise 1x100


Do 2-3 workouts a week. When 100 reps are reached add 20lb and build reps back up.
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>> No. 4084 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 4:51 pm
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You need to go back to basics ladm8.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Starting-Strength-Basic-Barbell-Training/dp/0982522738
>> No. 4087 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 7:21 pm
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That's a lot of reps. What made you think up this workout?

It's always worth bearing in mind, the best workout plan is the one that you actually do. If cranking out 100 reps is what it takes to keep you interested, go for it.
>> No. 4088 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 7:28 pm
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>>4087

MORE REPS = MORE MASS
>> No. 4090 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 9:16 pm
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http://www.labrada.com/blog/workouts/super-high-rep-training/
>> No. 4092 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 9:43 pm
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>> No. 4094 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 10:24 pm
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>>4092

Unlikely with just one set to failure. If anyone's really worried limit yourself to 50 reps.
>> No. 4162 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 3:38 am
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High reps are awesome. I train most exercises for 3x20, 1 min.
>> No. 4163 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 7:57 am
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I do twenty press-ups before bed. Most nights.
>> No. 4164 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 9:39 am
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>>4163

Little and often is a great way to go for calisthenics. I often "pay a toll" whenever I walk down the stairs by doing pull ups off the landing of the next floor up. Regularly doing this got be from 4 poor reps to 12 good ones.
>> No. 4166 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 2:44 pm
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>>4162

Do 3x20, 1 min squats with about 50% 1RM. Your legs will grooooooooow.
>> No. 4167 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 7:48 pm
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But all this would do (apart from hospitalising yourself) is to grow mass. Why would you even bother if your strength stays low? I may look like a scrawny fucker but I am damn straight I am stronger. Smaller, heavy duty, muscles are the way forward, surely?
>> No. 4168 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 7:57 pm
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>>4167

Sorry, I mean size, but not strength.

Anecdotal, but a while away I was helping a pensioner move house. He is my build but a former body builder. He had a 200 kilo weight machine on the 4th floor. I helped him move with 30 odd lads whose arms were the size of my thighs. We were the only two not to bitch. I spent maybe half an hour holding that weight at the bottom of a flight of stairs before they realised I wasn't resting it.
>> No. 4169 Anonymous
24th January 2017
Tuesday 9:18 pm
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>>4167>>4168
Diminishing returns and all that.
A certain amount of weight-lifting will improve your strength a lot, but once you get to a certain point you have to gain more and more mass for less and less gains in strength.

A modest amount of lifting is also good for your health too. You improve your insulin sensitivity, improve your bone density, boost your serotonin production slightly etc. In fact, if you want to live a long time, lifting weights once a fortnight might be better for you in the long term than going for a run every day.
>> No. 4170 Anonymous
25th January 2017
Wednesday 2:27 am
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>>4167

High reps produce strength gains too.
>> No. 4171 Anonymous
29th January 2017
Sunday 1:45 pm
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>>4170

Yep. It doesn't really matter too much what number of reps you do. Just keep adding weight to the bar and your muscles will get bigger and stronger.

http://www.mensfitness.com/training/build-muscle/if-you-want-build-muscle-and-gain-strength-lift-lighter-weights-more-reps
>> No. 4207 Anonymous
18th February 2017
Saturday 2:00 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1SAZS8mFYI
>> No. 4208 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 2:58 pm
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>>4207

I guess that's why years of tugging myself senseless have given my right arm such a defined musculature.
>> No. 4209 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 3:12 pm
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>>4208

I remember a lassm8 laughing at one of my ladm8s for the dramatic and visible difference in the musculature of his right forearm.

Lifting weights masks this a bit. Another good reason to lift, aye?
>> No. 4210 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 3:36 pm
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>>4207
Is there any way to look at the typical lengths of youtube videos? The statistics/analytics. It's just that it seems like a significant number of them are 4:20 or one second off. I want to know if I'm imagining it.
>> No. 4211 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 3:38 pm
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>>4210

I recall somewhere that the analytics show pretty clearly that more people tend to 'like' or 'upvote' or whatever on videos that are around that length. It's great research if you enjoy pandering to the broadest possible demographic and producing nothing of real value.
>> No. 4212 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 4:15 pm
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>>4209

It's probably fifty percent of why I've started exercising.
>> No. 4213 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 4:21 pm
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>>4211
Think you can find it? I'm just curious, not going to start making videos.
>> No. 4214 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 5:13 pm
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>>4213

Sorry but I may have completely imagined this. Google reveals people echoing the sentiment of a 3 - 4 minute maximum, but I didn't see any obvious results pointing to general research on why.
>> No. 4215 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 5:44 pm
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>>4208

You have to increase the resistance to build muscle. Doing 100s of reps with a fixed weight won't do much.
>> No. 4216 Anonymous
19th February 2017
Sunday 6:13 pm
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>>4215

My knob's gotten a lot bigger in the last eleven years.
>> No. 4217 Anonymous
21st February 2017
Tuesday 8:10 pm
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High rep training gives you more energy.
>> No. 4227 Anonymous
13th March 2017
Monday 12:01 am
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Pick a weight you can only do 10 reps with and force yourself to get 50. Take as many rest pauses as you need, just get those 50 reps even if it takes you 15 minutes.

When you can do the first 20 reps without taking any rests add enough weight to take you back down to just 10 continuous reps and begin again.
>> No. 4228 Anonymous
13th March 2017
Monday 12:08 am
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>>4227

Do this with just the chin up, dip and squat 1-2 times a week to begin with. Add more exercises as you get comfortable with the workout.
>> No. 4229 Anonymous
13th March 2017
Monday 6:28 pm
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>>4228

I did this yesterday evening and woke up this morning with flu-like symptoms. Am I gonna die?
>> No. 4230 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 10:21 am
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>>4229

I feel better now. I think I pushed myself a bit to hard. The last 10 reps or so my muscles started going numb.
>> No. 4231 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 4:35 pm
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>> No. 4232 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 6:21 pm
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>>4231
Found this to be hit and miss. Mostly miss.
>> No. 4233 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 9:00 pm
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>>4232
I've found its a good way to get into exercise. Once you've developed a base level of fitness and/or enthusiasm for exercise you can move on to bigger and better things.

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