General Discussion: FUK summer 2015 Six pack challenge = Ineff Challenge - Can you repeat his success


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Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

6 Jan 2011 12:35
Nothing interesting. It was along the lines of I though plats was lifting the equivalent of a wet cotton bud but then realised I may have being mistaking him for Friend. either way not worth the fuss Eye-wink
flipmode
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1321 posts since 25/10/05

7 Jan 2011 13:53
http://www.westingourmet.co.uk/20kg-chicken-protein-pack-307.html

just ordered this, pretty good deal if ur eating a few breasts a day. one of my friends just got it too and said the chicken is pretty good quality too
eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

7 Jan 2011 18:05
Thats a good deal.

I used to get my chicken breast from Makro. 5kg for £20. Used to individually wrap the breast and freeze them. Was so cheap for so much.

That was about 2-3years ago now, probably gone up.
Jesus
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6046 posts since 7/10/08

7 Jan 2011 21:18
Laughing out loud £100 on chicken, bet your gonna have proper parcel fever waiting for the postie to deliver that little lot
takinglives
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565 posts since 13/10/05

8 Jan 2011 00:03
Homer wrote: They just got this 'Suspension Training' at my gym

http://www.trxfitness.co.uk/

anyone used it before ?

Wanted to buy one of these to take to the gym with me for ages, kept putting it off because it's about £150 for basically a strong strap and two handles. Eventually bought one, then about a week later the gym gets about 8 of them in on a big frame. Bastards. Still, it's good to take when on holiday/working away etc.

Really want one of these;

http://www.gymcompany.co.uk/strength/gymcompany-prowler.html
Ju
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1267 posts since 5/9/09

8 Jan 2011 00:10
Aren't they what american footballers use?
guffer
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8474 posts since 28/5/04

8 Jan 2011 00:13
lol at that price. that place is such a rip off. just get the original shipped from the US for 30% of the price

http://www.flexcart.com/members/elitefts/default.asp?m=PD&cid;=114&pid;=2294
Jesus
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6046 posts since 7/10/08

8 Jan 2011 00:17
still cannot work out how they can charge $269 for it Puzzled

freshflow
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2721 posts since 9/6/09

8 Jan 2011 00:21
Ha weird, was looking at those today. Got a mate who does welding so he's gonna make me one Cool
Crackajack
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7793 posts since 21/4/05

8 Jan 2011 14:09
"Push it. Pull it. Attach a rope and drag it, the possibilities are endless with the Prowler!"

So endless!
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

8 Jan 2011 14:15
Im not aiming to look like the hulk ineff just wanna get toned up with a bit of definition.

Given this is it should I do abit of all muscle groups in one work out or will this make it take ages to get any results.

cheers
Crackajack
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7793 posts since 21/4/05

8 Jan 2011 14:23
Depends on how often you can/will train. If you can only go once a week do a full body, otherwise aim for 4/5 sessions of 1hr (ish) e.g

Back/Bicep
Chest/tricep
Legs
Shoulders/Abs

Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

8 Jan 2011 14:33
Going to try go 4/5 times a week

Usually do cardio first and too fucked to do a big work out

Might start alternating
Jesus
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6046 posts since 7/10/08

8 Jan 2011 14:37
if your doing lots of cardio, get a heart rate monitor and work out your training zones, and spend a lot of time doing low zones, will build a good base
Crackajack
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7793 posts since 21/4/05

8 Jan 2011 14:45
Personally dont see the need in cardio unless you actually want to get healthier but do 20mins intensively after your weight routine. Important to look at your diet in respect of the extra calories used from training.
nothingelseworked
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3552 posts since 21/2/10

8 Jan 2011 14:45
Homer wrote: Im not aiming to look like the hulk ineff just wanna get toned up with a bit of definition.

Given this is it should I do abit of all muscle groups in one work out or will this make it take ages to get any results.

cheers

You say that as if it just instantly happens Laughing out loud
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

8 Jan 2011 14:52
Crackajack wrote: Personally dont see the need in cardio unless you actually want to get healthier but do 20mins intensively after your weight routine. Important to look at your diet in respect of the extra calories used from training.

I do it to build up fitness/lose fat

rUmmeh wrote:
Homer wrote: Im not aiming to look like the hulk ineff just wanna get toned up with a bit of definition.

Given this is it should I do abit of all muscle groups in one work out or will this make it take ages to get any results.

cheers

You say that as if it just instantly happens Laughing out loud

oh does it not ??
nothingelseworked
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3552 posts since 21/2/10

8 Jan 2011 18:08
Homer wrote:
Crackajack wrote: Personally dont see the need in cardio unless you actually want to get healthier but do 20mins intensively after your weight routine. Important to look at your diet in respect of the extra calories used from training.

I do it to build up fitness/lose fat

rUmmeh wrote:
Homer wrote: Im not aiming to look like the hulk ineff just wanna get toned up with a bit of definition.

Given this is it should I do abit of all muscle groups in one work out or will this make it take ages to get any results.

cheers

You say that as if it just instantly happens Laughing out loud

oh does it not ??

Takes a few years…but from lookin' at the size of you, probably closer to a decade. Good luck.
Ineff
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9849 posts since 7/4/04

8 Jan 2011 18:34
It took me about 12/18 months to get from Homer skinny to hench.

eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

8 Jan 2011 18:47
Training like a mad man and being anal with the diet every single day.

Something homer will never do

People never accidentally get too big. Which is why it annoys me when people say "i don't want to get massive, but…". It's cool, you never would anyway,