Kev07's Workout Log + Progress pictures!

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  1. Kev07

    Kev07 New Member

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    roar [​IMG]

    Ok, i've been switching up my workout routine around but this is what i'm doing as of now

    Sunday: Chest
    4 sets 7 reps bench press (135, increments of 5 lbs each set)
    2 sets of dips (non weighted i'm weak) til failure
    2 sets incline bench, 7 reps (95lbs)
    3 sets of cable flies, 9 reps (50 pounds each side)
    2 sets decline bench, 7 reps (95 lbs)

    Monday: Back
    pull up til failure( just 1... [​IMG] )
    4 sets, 9 reps, deadlift (135, increments of 5 lbs each set)
    4 sets cable rows
    2 sets close grip pulldowns
    2 sets of far grip pulldowns

    Tuesday: Rest

    Wednesday: Legs
    4 sets squats, 7 reps (115 lbs increments of 5 each set)
    3 sets leg curls 8 reps
    3 sets leg extensions, 8 reps (i think that's what they are called)
    2 sets calf flexors 8 reps

    Thursday: Arms/shoulders
    3 sets of db curl, 8 reps (35 lbs)
    3 sets tricep flexor, 10 reps (50lbs, 2 armed)
    4 sets db military press, 9 reps (35 lbs per arm)
    4 sets standing bb row, 9 reps (70 lbs)

    Friday/Saturday: Rest


    After each workout, i do a 25 minute HIIT run on treadmill, except legs day i do it on the ellipticals, on each upperbody day i do decline sit ups with 25 lbs weight

    I'm not gona go into my diet, it's very inconsistent, i just know that i eat around 3000-4000 calories a day and probably 200g of protein or so.

    here are the pix:

    January 26th (note i actually started working out a week earlier):
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...beforepic1.jpg
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...beforepic3.jpg

    February 10:
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...ress2Feb10.jpg
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...gressFeb10.jpg

    March 10:
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...gressmar10.jpg
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...smar10pic2.jpg
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b3...ssarmmar10.jpg

    (decided to throw in an arm pic [​IMG])


    i think i'm going to cut out my run or reduce it to just 1 mile(around 7:40ish) thoughts?
     
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    Continue running its not doing any harm!

    Good progress tho, I am about the same.
     
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    Looking good after only a couple months.

    Keep going at it for another 8 months and you'll really start getting psyched about results.
     
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    when i saw the first pic, i thought "gushy".

    can def. see the improvement, so keep it up. i'd cut the "gushiness" before building on the muscle though... it seems to be going alright for me.
     
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    thanks, would you guys change anything in the workouts though?

    i'm thinking of switching up my chest day every week from barbells to dumbells etc. i'm also thinking about taking out th bi curls and tricep flexors
     
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    great improvement son. sparta pride.
     
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    honestly i don't believe the arrangement of exercises matters as long as you hit all muscle groups you plan to that day. but don't think it's all lifting... do your research, read, search, and work on it.

    you'll do fine; i was almost as gushy several years back. now, after a good lifting session i'll look and feel like i'm carved out of wood. just don't lose focus.
     
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