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Thread: Workout Schedule
08-21-10, 12:27 AM #1
Hey, I'm just wondering if I have a good workout schedule goin on. Please let me know if I'm not doing enough or if I can just simply tweak something. Thanks guys.
Mon.- Arms and shoulders
Tues. Rest (PT is random so I dont want to come the next day with sore muscles)
Weds.-PT with the my RS
Thurs.- Chest and Triceps
Fri.- Back and biceps
I also run at least 3 miles everyday except Sundays.
08-21-10, 12:25 PM #2
The program listed above sounds pretty good. I personally would give myself two full days of rest. The only thing that may be a downfall is the quantity and quality of exercise that one might preform. I personally prefer basic calisthenics over anything with weight. Trust me, power-lifters out their on the bench press.... You will regret that extra muscle when the BOOT comes a knockin.
08-21-10, 10:56 PM #3
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08-22-10, 12:42 AM #6
wow bro your so wrong there like seriously. more weight doesnt mean less agility its all on you and what you do. the reason when people get heavier they lose their agility is bcuz they stop running or doing cardio workouts etc. So i would have to disagree with you there bcuz i know some guys that are over 200lbs in shape that can out due guys that are 135 in amazing shape so you may want to double check that one. Also im 190lbs and look at my IST. That doesnt come over night, please dont take that as braggin either bro bcuz im no where, where i would like to be. my goal is pullups over 90 bcuz one of my recruiters can do 74 of them and for situps my goal is over 200 and the mile and a half is under 7 min. now to reach these goals its going to suck but im working on it.
now i would deff have to agree with you for the endurance and memory in boot camp bcuz they work you hard, and memory wise you have to memorize the 11 general orders, ranks of enlisted and officer for the Marines and the Navy, memorize the rifles creed, the Marines song hymn, and im sur there is much more.
08-22-10, 01:24 AM #7
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08-22-10, 07:50 AM #9
The fact of the matter is that power-lifting is not encouraged for the reasons DBrown listed above. It is true that there are people, even MARINES!, that have conquered this road. However, they have been power-lifting and preforming calisthenics longer than most of you reading this have be walking... I am not saying drop the weights, that is up to you. Read the above mentioned article, this Seal is considered the GO TO SOURCE for Seal fitness...
08-22-10, 07:52 AM #10
If you really want to get into it... Find a Rugby team, if there is one. and train with them XD, intense...
08-22-10, 01:19 PM #11
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08-22-10, 05:38 PM #13
... You mean you do not KNOW about the Confidence Course ..........
08-22-10, 05:53 PM #14
08-22-10, 11:52 PM #15
Oh, and btw, by arms i mean triceps and biceps, i also throw in some shoulder workouts too, or i should say i'm going to, I havent started that work out yet
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