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Fitness at home?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Envyliciouz, May 31, 2012.

  1. Envyliciouz

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    Hi guys,

    Is there anyone who has a program for home fitness/exercies? If you can share your diet also will be great.

    Thank you
     
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    What are your goals? achieving a healthier lifestyle? or maybe you want to focus on aesthetics: leaning out, building muscle. It really depends on the specific goal you have as each require different programs generally.
     
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    I suppose it all comes down to how much room you've got and how much money. I can quite easily get by with a gymboss and a kettlebell for a quick tabata cardio burn, and some freeweights, a simple bench and a pull up bar for some muscle exercise. Diet wise it depends on what you're trying to obtain. Weightloss? Adding muscle? Difficult if not impossible to do both at the same time without a super strict diet. menshealth.co.uk is a great forum for info.
     
  5. Duffers5000

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    Get a bike get out of the house even for twenty minute spurts, will clean the head and pump the heart. Eat tuna, beans, meat , fruit and veg and no crap that comes from a supermarket packet
     
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    P90x or Insanity worked for me. Minimal stuff required.
     
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    Insanity FTW! :D
     
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    My goal and wish is to bulk up. I'm skinny and I don't like my arms.
     
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    If you want to bulk you are better off going to the gym. Working in a disciplined setting with like minded people is the best way. If you can't be bothered with that then get a set of bells and lift as much as you can. Weight not reps builds mass...don't overtrain have rest days. The best free instruction you can get is a dude on YouTube called scooby1961 follow his advise guy knows his stuff
     
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    Depends are what your goals are, your body type etc.

    What I'm working back into now is just doing squats exclusively, works a lot of muscle groups and takes me under 10 minutes a day (I have the equipment for it though). I'm also thinking about getting a treadmill for cardio. Diet wise, my diet sucks -- not going to lie, but I keep calories low and use intermittent fasting. I'll do a 16 hour fast each day (don't eat until the afternoon or dinner), or some days I'll go a few days without a meal. That's not to say I wont grab a snack, or drink coffee, but I don't really get hungry that often.
     
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    Work on compound exercises

    Especially squats, dealifts, bench press, chin ups, bent over rows, lunges...

    Stay away from most of the gym equipment and stick with free weights.

    If your really skinny, up the calories maybe introduce an extra meal.

    Drink 2litres of water per day

    8 hrs uninterrupted sleep

    Most importantly push yourself HARD

    PM me for more detailed/tailored information:)
     
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    Awesome advice over here. I'm 16 age and I really need to bulk up, I'm skinny and I want to be more fit (In present I don't like my body). I'm so confused about diet and programs heck.
     
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    To bulk up and gain muscle you will need to join a gym. Muscle mass requires a progression of using heavier weights over time which is not pracitical for most people...unless you have alot of money. You will also need to eat proplerly or the best program in the world will not do anything. If you want you can pm me and i can send you in the right direction...I have been a strenghth and conditioning coach for over 10 years and have trained with some of the best in the world!
     
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    If you can get a sexual stimulant that has l-arginine in it, get it and take it 45 minutes before workout. The last time I was bulking up I used them and they work fast. If your on a budget then get Body Fortress Super advanced Whey protein it's a great deal,about $15 for 2lbs.
     
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    If your 16 years of age you don't need to be taking anything, you need to go to a gym and learn how to train with discipline.Nutrition is important and getting protein into you quickly after a workout is important but learning how to lift and working to a plan is the most important. I would ask Bigballin for that advice he will know his stuff
     
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    As Duffers said, at your age stay away from any pill supplements, just don't believe any hype these 'got ripped in 4 weeks' crap sales ads. Concentrate on getting yourself a routine that suits you. Look into compound exercises either in the gym or at home. I know sometimes the gym can look quite daunting, with all the big beefy guys there, but everyone starts somewhere and you can make some good friends/workout partners who can show you the way. If you're convinced you don't want to join a gym, look at buying yourself a set of dumbells, a pull up bar, a barbell and a small bench. Look into a split routine, concentrating on upper body and lower body on separate days, leaving yourself enough time for your muscles to recover between workouts. Keep cardio to a minimum whilst bulking, but don't remove it altogether.

    Diet wise, get into a system of eating 6-7 times a day. Each meal should contain high protein (turkey and chicken), essential carbs from whole foods, green veggies and good fats, the likes of which you'd find in fresh fish. Look at taking in more calories than your normal height Vs weight dictates. If you struggle to eat this much then you could look into buying a mass gaining powder, although I've never liked these.

    Again, at your age you should have no problems with gaining muscle as long as you stick to a decent plan. Your body's still going through changes and your metabolism is still high, so the diet is an important factor.