[Submit to forum] [Back to The Truly Huge Home Page]

FREE WEEKLY FITNESS TIPS NEWSLETTER
Bodybuilding and Fitness weekly e-mail tips,
stay informed and stay motivated, join today!

Sign up free by sending an e-mail to
newsletter@trulyhuge.com

how to get in shape gradually

Posted by: Bryant

Ok - this summer I want to begin getting into much better shape than I am in. I run now - , eat very healthy 6 days a week, but don't lift a lot. I want to become tighter in the ab area - I am not requiring a 6 pak lol and nicer arms - I want my chest/arms to look the best probably? My question is - I am in no rush, meaning my schedule is busy and I am not one of those people that needs a body transformation overnight or even in 2 months. I am wanting to have a trainer who would train me for up to 6 months - slowly - slowly transforming my body so I don't work out "too hard" and get tired of it. I was wondering if it were possible to train me slower - but still have my body change to look pretty good in 4-7 months or something as opposed to the 12 weeks that many people refer to. This way my workouts would be easier for me.. less "intense" if you will. IS this possible??? Basically I want the nice body, but want to take it slower/longer to obtain.

Bryant

[Submit a follow up message.]

WIN FREE SUPPLEMENTS
When you sign up for our free newsletter,
you will be automatically entered in our monthly drawing
to win free supplements and other great prizes.

Sign up now by e-mailing
newsletter@trulyhuge.com

[Natural Bodybuilding Forum] [Bodybuilding Supplement Forum] [Weightlifting Forum] [Bodybuilding Message Board]
[Powerlifting Forum] [Bodybuilding Discussion Forum] [Bodybuilder Forum] [Teen Bodybuilding Forum]
[Muscle Growth Forum] [Weight Loss Forum] [Workout Forum] [Health and Fitness Forum]

Submit To Forum!

Name:
E-Mail:

Subject:

Message:

Optional Link URL:
Link Title:
Optional Image URL:



Neither trulyhuge.com nor the authors of this publication assume any liability for the information contained herein. The Information contained herein reflects only the opinion of the author and is in no way to be considered medical advice. Specific medical advice should be obtained from a licensed health care practitioner. Consult your physician before you begin any nutrition, exercise, or dietary supplement program.

Bodybuilding
Supplement Secrets
Discount Supplements
Cybergenics Program
Andro Shock Supplement
Ecdy-Bolin Supplement
Creatine Supplements
Natural Fat Burner
Workout Gear
Bodybuilding Books
Increase Bench Press
Big Arms Workouts
Six Pack Abs Exercises
Best Home Gym
Hardgainers Secrets
Bodybuilders Cookbook
Fitness Magazine
Bodybuilder Video
Contest Preparation
Workout Software
Personal Trainer Online
Forum
Chat Room
Survey
Health Calculators
Female Muscle Gallery
Male Muscle Gallery
Fitness Personals
Classifieds
Free Body building Info
Free E-Books
Weight Training Article
Body Building Links
Contact
Affiliate Program








Copyright ©2010 Trulyhuge.com
All Rights Reserved