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    Working Out at Home

    Hi Everyone,

    I want to start working out, but I don't want to go the gym route. Eventually, I might but I've tried that a few times in the past and always stop after a while.

    I want to get some decent (nothing spectular) upper body muscles. Mainly, nice looking biceps, arms, and pecs (I guess, but not too much). I believe I can do this through just working out at home with nothing fancy.

    I'm trying to design a routine to do. Maybe 15 to 20 minutes every other day. Here's what I thought of so far.

    Bicep Curls 3 sets of 10 (last until failure)
    Lifting the weight straight up (I don't know what this is called) 3 sets of 10 (last until failure)
    And maybe some pushups? 3 sets of 10 and last until failure.

    Again, I want to start small so I don't give up after a month. I know a lot of you probably have great advice with advance routines, protein shakes, equipment, etc. but I don't want that yet. And I'm not even looking for huge muscles or anything specular. Just a little bit on my arms and chest where girls will take notice. I'd be willing to post pics as motivation for me too.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Working Out at Home

    I would buy a pull up bar instead of bicep curls to be honest..

    I'm pretty lazy but I have a pretty decent body all from 80-100 pullups and 30 mins of cardio a day. How much do you weigh?

    As long as your consistent you'll see results.
    Last edited by itsonme42; March 17th, 2013 at 12:26 PM.

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    Re: Working Out at Home

    Quote Originally Posted by itsonme42 View Post
    I would buy a pull up bar instead of bicep curls to be honest..
    ^ this. but be careful, get a good quality, well built one.

    The best thing you can do to increase your upper body strength and develop your pecs, shoulders and biceps would be straight old fashioned push-ups. The best way I got myself into shape when I first started working out was just doing exercises at home with my own body weight, push-ups, triceps dips, using free weights, pull-up bar and a balance ball. With pull-ups, push-ups and dips, you'd be surprise how many different ways you can do them to achieve strength and definition.

    some interesting reading:
    http://www.mensfitness.com/training/...ight-exercises

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    Re: Working Out at Home

    Free weights are the way to go. Try mixing it up every time some times if you do the same routine over and over your body becomes so use to it that you see no development. Get a triceps bar it's amazing for working your triceps. I found a youtube video of some guy who claims of chest results in 10 days I thought he was full of crap but he claimed if you do 300 push ups a day not at once but say 50 spread throughout the day i can fortunately do that at work and home. I did see results in days but after that just cut it down to 100 a day. I am trying to work on my biceps it seems they don't want to go past 16" . And you got it start small not big many mistakes are you want results quick but that can lead to big disappointments. email me if you need some suggestions dixon.john.c@gmail.com. Good luck in your progress !

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    Re: Working Out at Home

    I'd work on my triceps with some kickbacks as well.

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    Kettlebells are great.

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    Re: Working Out at Home

    If you have cable or sattelite there are quite a few on-demand work out programs. I would suggest yoga. You can build some muscle etc and it doesnt take more thand 20-40 min a day

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    I have one of these:



    Twenty bucks, and works great.

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    All those ideas are great. As for the yoga, it is not as sissy as some would think. I sweat more with it than with cardio.

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    The "Prefect Pushup" type things you can get at Big Lots are great for pushups. MUCH easier on the wrists.

    The majority of your gains will be in the first set. Studies show that doing one set to failure is just as effective for muscle gains than 3 sets.

    Cable Machines are great because you can't cheat them like yoi can free weights, with momentum.

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