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[–] dedit8edwam 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Thank you for the tip.

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[–] HuginnOgMuninn [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

great point.

ask at the gym desk if somebody can show you how to do the exercise. More importantly, get critique on how you're doing it wrong.

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[–] Artooweaboo ago 

I'd say this is great, but consider adding upper body accessory lifts and upper body to prevent T-rex mode.

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[–] HuginnOgMuninn [S] ago 

The thread is dead, make a post about it. V/fitness needs content.

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[–] biggreenmuscles 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

100% behind this workout, been using it for years on and off.

This program will get your entire body stronger, not buffed, not ripped, not a bodybuilder, just strong af

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[–] HuginnOgMuninn [S] ago 

strength = muscle size.

It's that simple. Do a muscle size comparison between a person who benches 30 pounds and a person who benches 200.

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[–] biggreenmuscles ago 

Kinda, you dont have to lift heavy to get buff.

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[–] Zesty ago 

I don't want to gain weight, I just want core strength and to be lean. Any suggestions for a total n00b? I've been following Tabata, easy and quick, but I want something more challenging that won't bulk me.

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[–] middle_path 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I just want core strength and to be lean.

Then do the program and eat low carb/at a caloric maintenance or slight surplus. A lot of people have this misconception that heavy lifting is going to make you blow up. You really have no idea how much you have to eat/how much dedication that takes. If you do SS/Strong lifts for 6 months and eat well, you'll be strong as fuck without being massive. And you'll definitely get a good core.

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[–] 13172309? 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Muscle is a lot smaller than an equivalent weight of fat. If you lose 5 pounds of fat and gain 10 pounds of muscle, you’ll still be smaller than you were. And don’t worry about accidentally getting huge muscles. If you’re a chick, it’s essentially impossible, and if you’re a dude, you have to supplement like crazy and lift multiples of your bodyweight.

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[–] ethtirlomalral 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

You sound like a chick. Train explosively and you won’t “bulk”. Do box jumps, sprints, planks, tyre work with a sledge.

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[–] ScreaminMime ago  (edited ago)

MIME'S ABSOLUTE NOOB WORKOUT:

 

Pull Ups [Rows if you can't do a pull up], Prisoner Squats, Push Ups, Bridges

Done ever other day, brisk walk on days off

 

2 sets each, the first set you stop just a few reps shy of failure, rest one minute, do another set.

If you don't even get half of the reps the second set then lower the reps of the first down next workout.

If you match it continue until you fail and start with that rep count next time.

When you can do 12 reps of any exercise either move on to a tougher exercise or another set.