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Discussion in 'Fitness' started by will_em, Jan 1, 2017.
Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
I decided to up the intensity on my workouts and added box jumps into the mix.
I do them the same days I do planks and hypertensions.
It will get your heart rate up for sure and really good for CNS/reaction/explosive speed improvement which will help in your big three lifts.
Depends on the size of the shitter
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I once lived with a couple of buttholes.
He's got a point.
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I don't do squats, deadlifts, curls, bench presses, etc. anymore. I did them for 30 yrs. when I was a lot younger. I now drink beer and eat ice cream.
I won’t quit doing this if I have any say in it.
It makes me feel too damn good all the time.
I usually go at 6am so it’s time that I would normally just be sitting in front of the TV wasting time anyway.
No pills in a bottle, no magic potion can replace pushing iron and getting your heart pumping on a regular schedule
Exactly! I did it at 6:30 in the mornings with the coaches before school started. Revved me up for the day and felt good. Initially had a powdered protein drink in the AM but eating right will do it just as well.
Went from about 165 to 215/220 lbs. in less than a year (40 yrs. ago!) which at 6'2" felt very good.
Dang you beefed up brother!
I’m 6”6 and am sitting at 250 and I wear 36” waist pants.
I got down to 242 this spring and have bulked back up to 250 but my waist has actually gotten a tad smaller while I was gaining weight on the scale.
I’m eating about 3000 calories a day with about 260 grams of protein which is tough to do without using the protein shakes to help hit that number.