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Fitness Tips For For 11/18/2009
Effects of Working Out Everyday
I decided to try to workout each day.
To start off with, each muscle needs only about one day to rest so I don't
overwork myself. However I do get results from working every day and working
every other day the same muscle.
My workout is:
Because a lot of exercises work more than one muscle I do and isolate
exercise and a compound exercises as long as they work only the
muscles I'm going to workout.
I got to tell you, I started benching at 100 lbs max and now it's about 185..
It's only been 4 months. I've also gone up 20 pounds in muscle mass. I also
squat 225 instead of 135, Curl 50s instead of 20s in each arm. I raise 30s
with my shoulders instead of 10.
Trust me man, this workout is effective.
If you don't believe me try it for a month, you'll see results.
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