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Pazuzu

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  • Birthday 01/17/1992

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  1. I don't really have any means of making shakes as I am a Fressman in college, and I kind of just get to eat what they have at the caf. It would be really nice to be able to be able to make something like that though, so i'll look into getting a blender of some kind
  2. A gallon!? oh well, if I drink a glass with every meal that shouldn't be too difficult. All of those workouts are in my routine already, but it's good to know I'm headed in the right direction. 7 full body exercises, no isolation exercises. From what I've been reading, I shouldn't bother with isolation exercises until I actually have some strength
  3. Gaining 50 pounds is going to be tough, but at least I know how I should be eating. I start my lifting on the 24th, the first day I'll be back at college, and thus have access to workout equipment. Until then i'm getting myself used to eating the right foods, and making sure I know what I'm doing. Thanks for the help.
  4. Yeah I wasn't really sure how to express what I was trying for, but after a little looking around I'd say my ideal end result would be somewhere in between Jamie Bamber and Brad Pitt. Right now I look look a lot more like this, so I know I've got my work cut out for me but a target to shoot for would help immensely.
  5. I am 6'3" 170 pounds, and I want to pack on some muscle this year and keep it on. I've only recently had the revelation that I need to start eating a lot more in order to start getting muscle and i am upping my calorie intake to 3500 calories a day and cutting out a lot of the crap foods (soda, cookies, cheeseburgers) in favor of more healthy options. My question is, What should be the general target weight (given my height) if I want to become just generally muscular? I don't really have much experience with bulking up so I'd like to have a better idea of where I should be setting my goals. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks in advance, -Dave
  6. Thanks for the advice. I'll try not to push myself to the limit right off the bat. Once I get to the right point of the learning curve though, the game is on!
  7. I definitely have a much better plan than I have in the past. My goal is essentially to put on some muscle so my diet is going to have 3500 calories a day in it, and i'll eat six meals a day, because everything I've read says that thats a good way to go. My choices of meals are kind of limited as I'm a freshman in college so I have to eat at the cafeteria. They have enough healthy options though that I should be able to make by though. My workout routine is essentially going to be lift weights Monday, Wednesday, Friday and cardio Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. My weight lifting routine is going to be something like this (each workout is 3 sets 8-10 reps): Bench press Dumbbell pull-over Goblet Squat Lat Pulldown Dip Dumbbell Deadlift I'm going to start each of my workouts with 10 minutes of jogging to warm up. I'll switch up the number of reps and sets every now and then to keep my body guessing as well as switching the style of some of the moves (incline/decline) and do some different moves altogether after a while. That's all I have for now... I'm not terribly experienced in designing a workout routine so if theres anything wrong with it I'd love to know.
  8. I guess I really need to focus on keeping my eyes on the prize... that being said, bring on the ass kickin! I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty as long as it gets me movin in the right direction.
  9. So, I've pretty much been doing the "I'm going to put my nose to the grindstone and get in shape" followed shortly by "Well, I missed a few days so I might as well just stop" for a few years now. The main problem I was having was that I pretty much just couldn't stay motivated passed the first few weeks. I found this forum while I was searching around looking for some tips on staying motivated to workout, and it really got me inspired to start back up with a vengeance. Hopefully the support will help keep me accountable. Anyways, a little about me: I'm 19 years old I attend the University of Wisconsin as a CS major I'm a huge fan of the UFC and MMA in general and I plan to join the MMA club on campus to help me keep in shape (and to become a badass in general). Thats all I have for now ~Dave
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