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All About The Back

I haven’t added anything new in regards to individual body parts and how to train them for a little while now. I figured it would be a good thing to do that today. Give you guys something to look at and utilize in your training. I tend to train my back with my chest but I train about 3 times a week. If you train more times a week, then you can have back on it’s own day. This would be more conducive to your training habits because it will allow you to utilize all of the energy that you have, into that one body part. Alright so here we go. The back is made up of 4 different muscle groups; the latissimus dorsi, the trapzeius, the erector spinae and the rhomboids along with the teres major and minor. The key to an awesome back, is making sure that every one of these muscle groups are trained on your back day. Generally about 5 exercises are enough to make sure that you’ve efficiently trained your back for excellent development and growth.

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Diet Plan Choices

There are so many diet plan choices out there from the Atkins diet, the Dukan diet, the south beach diet, that it can become extremely overwhelming on deciding which one would work for you. Not only that but sometimes the information itself is so confusing, that you become lost in the whole concept behind the reason you’re on it in the first place! Am I suppose to eat 3 meals a day, 2 meals a day, what carbs am I suppose to eat and not eat, along with timing of these carbs sometimes! All of these things can frustrate the lay person, looking to shed some weight and trying to get their nutrition in check.

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Carb Cycling Continued

I know I spoke on carb cycling on my last entry but there is more about it that I want to share with you, my readers. Firstly, there are 3 types of carb cycling; low days, high days and no carb days. It all depends on what your personal goals are, and what your body types are. Scheduling a carb cycling, is based on your own personal goals; whether you want to gain weight or lose weight. The awesome thing about carb cycling is that even when on a bulk, you can assist your body in not gaining too much body fat overall, as opposite to the regular eating a certain amount of grams of carbs per day, no matter what. Although there are different types of carb cycling days, you don’t have to use all. Some diets out there, recommend you have an equal amount of each type in your diet, while others have it where you can have high carb days and low carb days. Not only that but you have those that have high carb days, low carb days and moderate carb days.

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Carb Cycling

I am not going to mix words, or try to keep information away from you when it comes to carb cycling, because this isn’t an easy or enjoyable eating protocol. It’s something that requires a lot of dedication and meal planning. But, the lovely thing about carb cycling, is that it works. It allows you to shed a ton of body fat in a small period of time and in the long run, provide you the body you’ve always been looking for, whether it’s the fitness model physique or bodybuilder physique.

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Gains + New Approach

So, I took 3 days off from training and started back yesterday, Thursday. Getting back into the gym, introduced me to some new gains actually, strength gains. I went from barely pushing 50s for 6 reps on bench press, and now I am pushing 55s for 10 reps. Definitely was impressed with my performance, to say the least. Not only that but I started curling 40s on alternate bicep curls, for 10 reps. Gained some strength in the pull down, at 125lbs for 8 reps. Finally, tricep push downs have reached 160lbs for 8 reps. The unfortunate thing for the latter, is I believe the machine goes up to 200 and something, can’t tell the numbers on it but when I reach that point, what happens next? I guess supersets would be in order around then. 🙂

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