badversion wrote:Motivation - till people stop calling me a 14year old kid
Boss Man wrote:badversion wrote:Motivation - till people stop calling me a 14year old kid
I wouldn't worry about that. When you get to the stage in your life where you have a bald patch and some grey hair, it wouldn't matter what muscle mass you had, as I think most people would cotton on by then that you weren't as youthful as they'd once believed .
Muscle mass is still good though nonetheless.
Bonnie wrote:Lose the sets of 20, keep it in either 4 - 8 for strength or 8 - 12 for hypertrophy ..as for chin ups, pull ups try sets of 5 if you can do them properly then do more.If you don't already have some upper body strength dips wouldn't be my choice to begin with, the chin ups & pull ups will recruit the triceps & biceps, do those before isolating with bicep curls, if you feel you must do bicep curls..mine are big & I don't do any, if I ever do its ONCE a week..on my light weight day.If you must keep leg curls then do so, but the leg extensions, not necessary, what are leg raises ? Oh & do the dead lifts, they are for the spine, without a strong spine, you will not achieve much in all other areas of the body, they all link up to form a complete working machine.
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