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Default j1r's Workout Routine - 06-22-2008, 12:31 PM

This is my thoughts about working out:
Since it's currently Cross Country Season, I can't really bodybuild and get the results that I want. As a part of Cross Country, we have to run everyday. I average about 4 miles a day. This is great for cardio and to burn fat. I've also decided to do a dumbell workout every other day since I focus on my whole body during the workout and my body needs to rest and repair. My work outs go for about an hour. I need to add some new exercizes but I like the routine that I have. In October, when Cross Country Season ends, I'll start going to the gym and doing the stuff that you all do. I'll do that until the end of February and then I have to start training again for Cross Country and I'll go back to the dumbell routine.

Do you think that this is a good idea to bodybuild on and off? Feel free to post any comments/concerns. Thanks!
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Default 06-22-2008, 12:57 PM

Circuit training would be great for you while you are running. It builds strength but not so much bulk, it burns fat, improves coordination, etc. It would be good stuff for your running.

Here's a great example of some bodyweight circuit training exercises:



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Default 06-23-2008, 12:14 PM

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This is my thoughts about working out:
Since it's currently Cross Country Season, I can't really bodybuild and get the results that I want. As a part of Cross Country, we have to run everyday. I average about 4 miles a day. This is great for cardio and to burn fat. I've also decided to do a dumbell workout every other day since I focus on my whole body during the workout and my body needs to rest and repair. My work outs go for about an hour. I need to add some new exercizes but I like the routine that I have. In October, when Cross Country Season ends, I'll start going to the gym and doing the stuff that you all do. I'll do that until the end of February and then I have to start training again for Cross Country and I'll go back to the dumbell routine.

Do you think that this is a good idea to bodybuild on and off? Feel free to post any comments/concerns. Thanks!
I would just W/O Mon/Wed/Fri and keep with compound movements...Bench. Overhead Presses, Rows. Quads?..Work all three exercises (3 sets of 6-8 reps) of the above M/W/F and you should be out of the gym within 30 min's.

Mon: Incline Bench 3x6-8, Military Press 3x6-8 and Bent Rows 3x6-8
Repeat Wed and Fri




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