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    Abdominals don't really need direct exercise imo, they get plenty of use supporting your body throughout the day and while working out.

    If you want to do abdominal exercises then try to do lower rep, higher weight sets but if you can't (for whatever reason) then don't worry about it and continue doing ~20 reps.

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    oh ok well ill trust the split and just do the routine how it is then (20 reps)
    thanks
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    1) for pull thrusts, isnt my form going to be off just like on deads if i do higher reps?
    jw cause this is a lower back exercise

    and

    2) The Abdominal FAQ Training Thread - Bodybuilding.com Forums
    look at question number 5, read the answer...
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    BTW i cant wait for the split to start on monday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by khan8
    1) for pull thrusts, isnt my form going to be off just like on deads if i do higher reps?
    jw cause this is a lower back exercise

    and

    2) The Abdominal FAQ Training Thread - Bodybuilding.com Forums
    look at question number 5, read the answer...

    khan, leave abs where they're at, dont change a thing, they're high for a reason, gms and squats will help your abs a lot. and use a weight that your form stays on, not that hard to break form on PULL THRUS and 2. DONT EVER READ ANYTHING ON BODYBUILDING.COM that website is horrible and is filled with horrible advice. if you are going to read any articles go here EliteFTS - Superior Products and Knowledge for Lifters, Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers and read all their articles. once again DO NOT GO TO BODYBUILDING.COM stop asking questions trying to get the routine changed, it's set up the way it is for a reason. you will thank me later
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    ok thanks everythings clear
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    oph one important question!
    how much time do i wait between sets???


    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by khan8
    oph one important question!
    how much time do i wait between sets???


    thanks

    bare minimum of 2 minutes. sometimes i wait 10-15 between very heavy sets. bascially till your body is fully recovered.
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    oo ok so basicallly when i am fresh for the next set ok thanks
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    ok well today was good for figuring out how much i rep on everything for next time anyways,

    squats HAMS TO CALVES (LOW)
    warm up set 1: 5 reps bar
    warm up set 2: 3 reps bar
    warm up set 3: 1 rep bar
    warm up set 4: 1 rep bar

    working set 1, 5 reps: bar
    working set 2, 5 reps: bar

    incline leg press
    working set 1, 20 reps: 25 EACH SIDE

    bb good mornings
    working set 1, 8 reps: BAR (EASY)
    working set 2, 8 reps: 65

    rope cable pull thrusts
    working set 1, 20 reps: 40
    working set 2, 20 reps: ONLY GOT 15 REPS 30

    decline bench sit ups
    working set 1, 20 reps: BODY WEIGHT
    working set 2, 20 reps: ONLY GOT 17 REPS HOLDING A 10

    good girl
    working set 1, 25 reps: 80 (EASY)
    working set 2, 25 reps: 110

    bad girl
    working set 1, 25 reps: ONLY GOT 19 REPS 110
    working set 2, 25 reps: 90

    incline leg press calves
    working set 1, 10 reps: 25 EACH SIDE (NOT FULL ROM)
    working set 2, 10 reps: 10 EACH SIDE
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    on cable pull thrus, is it really supposed to tire out and burn my back?? i REALLY felt these in my back and when i was done with the set, i had to stay hunched over for a sec until my back recoverd (it wasnt really pain, it was like all my muscle in my low back were fatigued)
    i didnt feel anything in my hams or glutes when doing thse or good mornings either BTW

    and on good mornings, as i come down the bar roll onto my neck how do i prevent this so it stays in the squat position
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    Quote Originally Posted by khan8
    on cable pull thrus, is it really supposed to tire out and burn my back?? i REALLY felt these in my back and when i was done with the set, i had to stay hunched over for a sec until my back recoverd (it wasnt really pain, it was like all my muscle in my low back were fatigued)
    i didnt feel anything in my hams or glutes when doing thse or good mornings either BTW

    and on good mornings, as i come down the bar roll onto my neck how do i prevent this so it stays in the squat position
    first of all good job on your workout, next week 55 on the squats and 65 if you can hang. and if you were hunched over like that, that means you did them right. this routine isnt a walk in the park, suppose to push yourself. and you will feel it tommorrow morning in your hammies, if not, you still worked them.
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    55 pounds that is on the squats?Is that for a full set?Just trying to gauge my Squat lifts(considering I only done them yesterday for the 1st time in God knows how long and me and my partner are the only people who do Squats in our gym lol).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllInOneBottle
    55 pounds that is on the squats?Is that for a full set?Just trying to gauge my Squat lifts(considering I only done them yesterday for the 1st time in God knows how long and me and my partner are the only people who do Squats in our gym lol).

    yea, he's only 15 and just starting out. he'll get there quick though, just needs a lot of food and heart
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    Cool cool,I understand everyone starts somewere.Best of luck Khan and I'd like to say god bless you Guy as none of us young people really know what's best for us when we are starting out and it's a good thing that your helping Khan out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfromkop2
    first of all good job on your workout, next week 55 on the squats and 65 if you can hang. and if you were hunched over like that, that means you did them right. this routine isnt a walk in the park, suppose to push yourself. and you will feel it tommorrow morning in your hammies, if not, you still worked them.
    oh ok thanks i see

    oh and how do you prevent the bar from rolling on your neck during gms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllInOneBottle
    Cool cool,I understand everyone starts somewere.Best of luck Khan and I'd like to say god bless you Guy as none of us young people really know what's best for us when we are starting out and it's a good thing that your helping Khan out.

    that's what this is all about, helping people out. i'm just passing along what was passed to me. and thanks
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    khan got banned? wtf?

    edit: Ahh...I see he posted in anabolics.
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    khan8 was tryin to get a nut and he got nothin

    and 15 years old on zoloft, someone needs to talk to his parents, that's just not right
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    There's something wrong that's for sure, he didn't even know what his meds were for when we asked him a couple of days ago.

    Anyway...hopefully he's going to get everything sorted.
  

  
 

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