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rugbyplaya
12-02-08, 7:34 pm
Hey. well i'll be logging my workouts in this.
a little about myself

16 yr old male
i enjoy sports and women, and apple pie.
Who doesn't? lol
anyway i used to be a fat kid i slimmed down freshmen year from 190 to 156 lbs
currently i'm 180 lbs. muscular but some fat added through bulking up.
Goal: look lean and muscular.

what i've done so far:
well i've been working out for 2 years now. but each year i end up taking 2-3 months off due to stupid events and timing.
start max current max
bench 55lb....................185
squat 86.......................280
row 45.......................150-160

i started deadlifting mainly last year. i got upto 255 for 6 reps. but i havnt done deads or squats in a while. i just took 2 months off of working out b/c of a job and school but i got back into it today.

peace fellas !

rugbyplaya
12-02-08, 7:37 pm
12/2/08

decline and incline benchs
3x12-14 2x10
115 115

Pullups
4x5 (assit)

Barbell Rows
115x4setsx10 reps
2 dropsets of 95x10, 85x14

Bent Over lateral raises
2x12
15lb 20 lb dbs


comments: my lifts have gone down. thought i've gotten more muscular since summer when i was full time lifting.
i don't have a set routine at the momment but i will by next week. since i got back today.

MVP
12-03-08, 2:45 am
Welcome to Animal Pak!

Much better friendly community here (overall).

Good luck with your training.

The Sun
12-03-08, 4:15 am
subbed, looks interesting to follow your progression.

rugbyplaya
12-03-08, 9:59 pm
thanks MVP. idk if you saw, but i'm aka "ghetto" from ca
thanks bud

rugbyplaya
12-04-08, 8:00 pm
well doing some cardio tonight

by the way, any one have tips for fat loss esp the abs and chest area

i know to eat well, (diet) and cardio, burn more than consume, and workout
missing anything? any key insider stuff?

MVP
12-06-08, 7:51 pm
well doing some cardio tonight

by the way, any one have tips for fat loss esp the abs and chest area

i know to eat well, (diet) and cardio, burn more than consume, and workout
missing anything? any key insider stuff?

There's no such thing as spot reduction. You'll have to lose fat overall.

But you listed the ways to do so.

The Sun
12-07-08, 2:29 am
There's no such thing as spot reduction. You'll have to lose fat overall.

But you listed the ways to do so.

x2
keep on eating less than your body needs and you'll lose fat.