Whats your daily workout routine?

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#1 Ghosts4ever
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Hello friends,

So whats your daily workout routine?

heres mine

  • Monday: Chest and Tricep
  • Tuesday: Back and Bicep
  • Wedensday: Bicep (proper)
  • Thursday: Tricep (proper)
  • Friday: Shoulder and Legs
  • Saturday and sunday: Off

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#2 johnd13
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I work out at home with weights and a pull up bar. My schedule includes:

  • Monday: Legs and Abs
  • Tuesday: Chest and Triceps
  • Wednesday: off
  • Thursday: Shoulders and Abs
  • Friday: off
  • Saturday: off
  • Sunday: Back and Biceps

I may shuffle days depending on outside factors.

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#3  Edited By dagubot
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Just recently got into P90X again so I'm running with that Monday-Friday and cutting out Kenpo X on Saturday. This is paired up with me doing intermittent fasting as well.

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#4 HEATHEN75
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I do 12oz beer curls. When I really want to feel the burn, I take it up to 22oz.

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#5  Edited By Horgen  Moderator  Online
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@heathen75 said:

I do 12oz beer curls. When I really want to feel the burn, I take it up to 22oz.

Mad respect!

Anyhow

  • Monday: Leg and back day
  • Tuesday off
  • Wednesday: Chest, arms and shoulders
  • Thursday: Leg and back day
  • Friday off
  • Saturday off
  • Sunday: Chest, arms and shoulders.
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#6 DEVILinIRON
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  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: Off
  • Thursday: Off
  • Friday: Off
  • Saturday: Off

😊

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#7 Speeny
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Does walking up a steep hill when coming back from school/work count? I've been doing it for years and it still kills me.

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#8  Edited By watercrack445
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I have a stationary bike. So, leg day?

My calves used to be something. But now my muscles shrank up. Didn't know muscles can shrink.

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#9 uninspiredcup
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@speeny said:

Does walking up a steep hill when coming back from school/work count? I've been doing it for years and it still kills me.

As not everyone is at the same level, yes, absolutely.

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Doom is going to suck.

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#11 mrbojangles25
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Walk 8+ miles and 50 floors worth of stairs every day at work.

Unfortunately the body adjusts to your daily activity so it's not as beneficial as it would be for a sedentary person.

I tend to lose about 5 pounds from the start of the week to the end, but then I put it all on during the weekend haha.

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#12 Volsung
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@mrbojangles25 said:

Walk 8+ miles and 50 floors worth of stairs every day at work.

Unfortunately the body adjusts to your daily activity so it's not as beneficial as it would be for a sedentary person.

I tend to lose about 5 pounds from the start of the week to the end, but then I put it all on during the weekend haha.

I'm in a similar situation, no stairs but lots of walking and lifting. Unfortunately the thing is it's all volume and no intensity and you need a degree of intensity to get the performance and look you actually want. I haven't jogged in a while but I imagine I have a shitty 5k and am probably only a little bit stronger than other men around my weight.

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#13  Edited By mrbojangles25
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@volsung said:
@mrbojangles25 said:

Walk 8+ miles and 50 floors worth of stairs every day at work.

Unfortunately the body adjusts to your daily activity so it's not as beneficial as it would be for a sedentary person.

I tend to lose about 5 pounds from the start of the week to the end, but then I put it all on during the weekend haha.

I'm in a similar situation, no stairs but lots of walking and lifting. Unfortunately the thing is it's all volume and no intensity and you need a degree of intensity to get the performance and look you actually want. I haven't jogged in a while but I imagine I have a shitty 5k and am probably only a little bit stronger than other men around my weight.

Yeah that's the thing haha I can't jog/run to save my life. Like literally if a dog was chasing me I might make it 100 yards.

Intensity means a lot like you said. When I actually do go to the gym I lift a lot of weights, I start on the tread mill and get my heart rate up, then I lift for an hour and don't let my heartrate fall. Works pretty good.

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Some pushups. Ride bike to work. Ride bike home. Some pushups. Kirk Douglas is 102 years old and only exercised fifteen minutes a day. The kind of exercise people preach and brag about is overrated.

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#15 Ghosts4ever
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@ezekiel43 said:

The kind of exercise people preach and brag about is overrated.

not really. workout make men looks best in shape. plus it make you more fit.

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@ghosts4ever said:
@ezekiel43 said:

The kind of exercise people preach and brag about is overrated.

not really. workout make men looks best in shape. plus it make you more fit.

For what? Ego? Some of these people work out so much to keep their muscle mass, they are slaves to exercise. Kirk Douglas is 102 years old and only exercised fifteen minutes a day.

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#17 Ghosts4ever
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@ezekiel43 said:
@ghosts4ever said:
@ezekiel43 said:

The kind of exercise people preach and brag about is overrated.

not really. workout make men looks best in shape. plus it make you more fit.

For what? Ego? Some of these people work out so much to keep their muscle mass, they are slaves to exercise. Kirk Douglas is 102 years old and only exercised fifteen minutes a day.

There are health benefits of workout. like for example your diabetic will control. if you have diabetes and workout daily, chances are you wont take tablets or insulin and your blood sugar will control automatically. even you take normal diet like you can consume sweet drinks.

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@DEVILinIRON said:
  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: Off
  • Thursday: Off
  • Friday: Off
  • Saturday: Off

😊

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@DEVILinIRON said:
  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: Off
  • Thursday: Off
  • Friday: Off
  • Saturday: Off

😊

And still look like a Greek God.

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@ezekiel43 said:

For what? Ego? Some of these people work out so much to keep their muscle mass, they are slaves to exercise. Kirk Douglas is 102 years old and only exercised fifteen minutes a day.

People used to be more active.

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Sunday-Saturday

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#22 Macutchi
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mon: head

tues: shoulders

wed: knees and toes

i go every lunchtime (during the week). gets me out of the office, saves me lunch money, no queues for equipment... win win win. i just do whatever i fancy doing i don't have a routine. usually my thumbs get the best work out, i spend most of my time answering emails πŸ’ͺπŸ‘

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#23 mandzilla  Moderator
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Working out what I'm going to have for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Actually, still sticking to the morning jogs and swimming every other day. The jogging is brutal but swimming is always fun.