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Old 7th June 2007, 09:46   #331
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I train at Endurance in Pune... certification is ISSA.
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Old 7th June 2007, 13:06   #332
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Samurai, i'm kinda interested in the BWC type of training, so if possible, could you tell me how do you search for this particular types. Matt furey's book for BWC is not available in the market, so wanted to see it online... but then its charged some dollars, I would want to buy that book where could it be?
here are some Matt Fureys books

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Old 7th June 2007, 14:22   #333
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here are some Matt Fureys books

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LOLS yogi thanx for the effort, you can PM me the link... il try to get the books from my friend in US. or somebody from abroad.

Samurai: Just wanted to know the exact names of the Books or the CDs, wana send it to my friend.
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Old 7th June 2007, 14:43   #334
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Its okay, if you're having a very heavy and intense workout. All will be used up in recovery. Used to have lots of water too.
Not at the average Indian body size. I would caution against it, I've seen the after effects myself. Please remember, most diets are configured for Western bodies. Moreover, Indians are known to have what is called a 'greedy' gene.
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mods for posting the copies forgot about the rules
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Old 7th June 2007, 15:24   #336
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Samurai: Just wanted to know the exact names of the Books or the CDs, wana send it to my friend.
Go for only this, for now.

Matt Furey Combat Conditioning

If it works for you then you can consider this one too.

How to do a handstand and handstand pushups training

I have realised that videos are much better than exercise books since they demostrate proper form and continuous movement.

Matt Furey uses too much hype while talking about his products, I find it very distracting. But the above two are really good, they work.

Yogi: Don't worry about it.
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Old 8th June 2007, 11:23   #337
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thanx samurai, have been talking to some of my gym trainers about the same, hope i start off with this asap. Let me see how the 1st part goes, the combat conditioning one. Have taken printouts...

Thanx once again..... Yahhhhhhooooooooo LOLS
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Update - After doing day1 chest + shoulder + triceps, day 2 back + biceps and day 3 legs here is the change.

New Workout Plan

Day 1 - Back

Day 2 - Chest + Triceps

Day 3 - Legs

Day 4 - Biceps

Day 5 - Shoulder
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@busa: let us know the results of the old workout plan!!!
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@busa: let us know the results of the old workout plan!!!
Well i have gained mass a bit, 2 kgs increase in weight.

The new plan should i go for 3 sets or 2, previously i did 2.
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Since one routine gets done in 5 days should i do 3 sets per exercise or just 2?
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busa: if your body can take the 3 set per exercise without any hassle than i think you should go for it... try to increase the weights at every set.... allow 1 minutes rest between each sets.

But if your body cant pull it.. then leave ... slow and steadily you will be able to do 3 sets..... someday...

It all depends on your body type...
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Thanks Sohail, was waiting for your reply, will try and do three sets, though out of three trainers in the gym two advise 3 sets and 1 advises 2 set so the confusion.
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Busa: your welcome.... anytime...

My last workout routine:

Every day one body part -
4-5 exercises per body part 3 Sets per exercise with reps ranging from 12-15. Pushing my self to the limits. Apart from this 20-25 mins cardio every day (cycling/crosstrainer/tredmill).

Result after 2 months - lost 6 kgs , slightly lean, waistline got down by 2 inches. Body looking more ripped...and a happy gymer .

No diet as such, just no rice or greasy stuff after 6. But last nite no holds barred - had butter pav Bhaji at Sardar (tardeo), with butter pav. Yummmm and a fruit and nut chocolates...
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Haha Sohail, looks like when it comes to food you let your self loose

I am planning to make a diet and follow it, have protein in such a manner that i get ful use of it and do 3 sets of each exercises, well atleast try.

Since i am underweight i do cardio just for warm up.
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