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Posted 8/6/2008
 

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This is my first post so i thank all for welcoming me to the site. Im looking for a printable workout plan wiht illustrations and intructions. i never really worked out at agyme but want a plan that on the weekly works all the muscle groups, for example Monday-arms, Tuesday Legs etc.

Thanks in Advance

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Posted 8/8/2008


 

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Hi and thanks for the post. Unfortunately, we don't currently offer premade workout plans? Perhaps someone else here can direct you to somewhere that has something like this available?

Trevor Stith
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Posted 6/22/2009
 

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There are lots of free workouts that you can find online...try this one:

http://www.global-fitness.com/freeWorkouts.php

fill out the questionaire and you will get a suggestion for a 2 week excercise program. Its a website that I own so feel free to ask me any questions if you need some more help...

Good Luck,

Eric

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Posted 9/11/2009
 

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You didn't mention your gender. If you are a male, I would suggest a new workout program called "The Alpha Male Challenge". It is dummied down so that anyone can understand it. It tells you exactly how to eat, when to do it, and what workouts to do every day for 10 weeks. There are clear pictures and explinations of every routine and even the warm ups. In the back there are even sample recipes. I am on day 4 right now and I am losing fat while gaining lean muscle mass. So far so good.
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Posted 9/23/2009
 

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Try Bodybuilding.com. However what kind of exercises are you looking for? Strength? Mass? Weight loss? Another site is Testosterone Nation but they cater to women too. Do a search for exercise. I am a weight lifter and I seek out new sites frequently for exercise, supplements and such. Yet there is always some new site or new aspects to some of the same sites.

Go to the library or look at some magazines. Not all weight lifting mags cater to the so called hard core or pros. Some, like Natural Bodybuilding are for general folks. There is a bunch of stuff around. Also Men's Exercise has workouts for regular guys.
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Posted 9/23/2009
 

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Here are a few of my sites;
http://www.fitnessonline.com/
http://www.liftforlife.com/
http://www.tmuscle.com/index.jsp
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/
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Posted 12/2/2009
 

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Try this for legit. Its called the Alpha Male Challenge and I am on week 5. I already lost 25 pounds man. and this is ten week thing. I am now using their work out with a weight lifters diet to gain muscle mass. You can find that book at any book seller like Waldens, B&N, Amazon. Don't look any further than this my friend.
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Posted 12/2/2009
 

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Follow my blog, AdamCrum.US to track my progress with the Alpha Male Challenge
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Posted 7/22/2010
 

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Hello,

Just chiming in. Calisthenics like pullups, dips, bw squats should be central to beginner training. I have checked out the Alpha male program and it espouses trash. It is important to follow a legitimate program that factors rest and measures progress. Stronglifts.com is ideal for new guys, alpha male will get someone hurt. Follow Smolov for progress on squats.
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Posted 10/26/2010
 

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jokerface77 (7/22/2010)
Hello,

Just chiming in. Calisthenics like pullups, dips, bw squats should be central to beginner training. I have checked out the Alpha male program and it espouses trash. It is important to follow a legitimate program that factors rest and measures progress. Stronglifts.com is ideal for new guys, alpha male will get someone hurt. Follow Smolov for progress on squats.


What if you were alpha like four years ago? Since your time as an alpha you have gained 45 pounds of fat and no longer exercise. Would the Alpha Male Challenge be appropriate then?
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