shocklocks wrote:Whats the best way to incorporate [hammer curls] into [my training program]?
shocklocks wrote:I increase the weight/decrease the reps after every set
shocklocks wrote:I currently work out each muscule [sic] group tiwce [sic] a week.
Curls are inferior to chin-ups/pull-ups. I wouldn't do them at all.
Pyramiding produces suboptimal strength gains compared to "sets across."
If you're after strength and mass gains I'd recommend something else.
shocklocks wrote:all I have access to in reguards [sic] to strengh [sic] training is the bowflex in my parents house and free weights
shocklocks wrote:Maybe after I start my summer job i'll be able to buy some material to set
[up a chin-up/pull-up bar] outside in my flat but until the semester ends i'm
stretched enough cash wise as it is
shocklocks wrote:What method is "set accross"? [sic]
shocklocks wrote:My plans are to work up to 5sets of 8reps
shocklocks wrote:this summer is going to be the first that I plan on doing auctual [sic] strengh [sic] training
shocklocks wrote:my body is unfamilar [sic] to the correct form for alot [sic] of the exercises. For that reason I wanted to start (at least for the first month) with a program that allowed me to focus on form more then effort
shocklocks wrote:the advice to split it up into 3days twice a week exercising different muscles came from the fitness guide in the bowflex manual.
shocklocks wrote:I workout 6days a week it's easier to find time to do 6exercises in a day as oposed to 18
shocklocks wrote:if theres any links/advice you could give on a more effective routine i'd deffinitely [sic] appreciate it.
psyck0 wrote:you sound really condescending with your (correct, so far as I know) points, if you care.
Token wrote:you could try not clearly labelling [sic] other people's spelling errors?
Victoria Maddison wrote:I was taught to always "sic" spelling errors when quoting someone.
Token wrote:it's slightly more appropriate in a book or research paper than on an internet forum
Token wrote:Oh, and "labelling" is how we spell it over on this side of the Atlantic.
Token wrote:We now return to the scheduled discussion of hammer curls and effective training plans.
shocklocks wrote:i've always been a little hesitant about some of the exercises you've listed namely the squats, powercleans and overhead presses. I'm guessing I REALLY shouldn't be trying any of these (esspecially the last 2) without having someone to instruct me on form/technique as i'm doing them? They look like they could end rather painfully if done wrong.
shocklocks wrote:I'm deffinitely going to try get a gym membership over the summer, unfortunately during the semesters while our universities gym is a decent size it's half cardio equipment and with 700students on campus+teachers and the public using it it's generally abit crowded for my liking. Is it possible to do the exercises safely alone with just the barbell and a bench compared to having the metal frame arround you to rest the weight on afterwards/having a spotter?
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