Your workout routine...

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  1. lanealanea profile image61
    lanealaneaposted 7 years ago

    So, his does it go?

    1. fit2day profile image72
      fit2dayposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I run sprints 3 or 4 times a week and that has really helped me not only gain speed, but also keep my abs looking good.
      I try to strength train 5 days a week, but since I don't go to the gym, I'm less motivated and miss days, so I'll double up on some days.

      Monday: (Morning track work) Chest& Quads
      Tuesday: Biceps
      Wednesday: (Morning track work) Calves& Glutes
      Thursday: Triceps
      Friday: (Morning track work) Back, Shoulders, & Hamstrings

  2. psycheskinner profile image83
    psycheskinnerposted 7 years ago

    I have a hyperactive dog that assures I get three vigorous walks a day, plus walking to and from work.  So I pretty much have to get a reasonable work out.

  3. David 470 profile image84
    David 470posted 7 years ago

    Well, I am weightlifting/bodybuilding trying to gain a lot of muscle minimum fat. I would like to work my legs because they are way out of shape compared to my upper body.sad However, I do not have any equipment for legs, but I do one exercise with a barbell that sort of works my hamstrings a bit.

    My chest/biceps routine is usually like this:

    Bench Press Flat
    Incline Bench press
    Dumbbell Curls
    Barbell Curls
    Chest flys (or dumbbell flys w/e)


    Barbell Stiff Legged Deadlift
    Barbell Shoulder Press
    Pull ups (but on a separate day by itself)
    Dips for triceps

  4. profile image0
    Muldanianmanposted 7 years ago

    I walk quickly around my neighbourhood every evening, which is a distance of five miles and which takes me about an hour.

  5. Shadesbreath profile image82
    Shadesbreathposted 7 years ago

    I have a six-stage routine that has really done a number on my overall body weight, particularly my ab area. It has mainly to do with the legs, but there is a bit of upper body and flexibility worked in. I recommend it to everyone, and anyone can do it. It works like so:

    1. Squat thrust
    2. Brisk walk
    3. Reach/stretch and twist
    4. Brisk walk
    5. Squat
    6. Arm curls

    Then the cycle starts over. I do this cycle 6 to 12 times per evening, depending on how much beer I have, and whether or not I have work in the morning.

    1. lanealanea profile image61
      lanealaneaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      May I ask you how long that you have been doing this routine for :-)


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