Best program pairs for a beginner?

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  • Chickenboi21
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    HellYeah 'rin express tone does look nice indeed ill get into that after i finish my current programs thx!

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  • 'rin
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    If your weights are light for you (and it sounds like they are) express tone is much better than Ironborn.

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  • HellYeah
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    Gravity or the othe bodyweight strength programs are still a good choice.

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  • HellYeah
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    You might have a look at the XPressTone program, it might be the better option.

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  • Chickenboi21
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    HellYeah i Haven't used them in a while, i used to make hmm like 70 ish devided into sets with minimum rests before my weak arm starts failing me, i do feel the resistance in them the more i go in the workout

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  • HellYeah
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    How many bicep curls can you do with those 4kg?

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  • Chickenboi21
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    HellYeah thx for the info my friend, just one little Last question since you know what your doing, i have a homemade dumbbells that is around 3.4kg ish is it worth doing ironborn with it? Also i got homemade wrist weights xd each 0.5kg so total of 4kg per arm, will it be better to do ironborn with them or focus on other bodyweights programs like gravity?

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  • HellYeah
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    Sounds good, muscles need more time to grow, so take your time and !have fun!

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  • Chickenboi21
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    HellYeah yes kinda, my body isnt abnormally freaky its just a chubby chest, it used to be alot worse before i used to exercise but gave up now iam back cause darebee makes workout fun, my protein is good i guess, i occasionally drink milk before workout, and ye i wanna focus strength

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  • HellYeah
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    Originally posted by Chickenboi21 View Post
    HellYeah the thing is, iam underweight lol, but i got chest fat xd i was a chonky boy, and my kitchen habbits are good, i only drink water and dont eat any sweats ect, iam 6 feet and around 62kg soo ye
    Ok, that is in the lowest healthy weight range. May it be, that the rest of your body is so thin, that a little fat left on your chest is more recognizable than usual? Just an Idea...

    My to go to would be strength/hypertrophy training, to build muscle... Full body... The fat will go with time or does not matter that much anymore, as you kittchen exercises are ok... How is your protein intake?

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  • Chickenboi21
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    HellYeah the thing is, iam underweight lol, but i got chest fat xd i was a chonky boy, and my kitchen habbits are good, i only drink water and dont eat any sweats ect, iam 6 feet and around 62kg soo ye

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  • HellYeah
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    Just an addition:

    By doing chest exercises, you are targeting your muscles... they grow bigger... you do not loose fat in that particular spot more than elswhere. Your body decides where it takes the fat away from, when calories are burned...

    And.. Yes, cardio burnes calories, but it is not as efficient as some might think, you need to do about 15h of cardio to burn 1kg of fat. It is an addition to your eating habits, you lose weight with kitchen exercises, not in the gym...



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  • Negras
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    If you want to get rid of your man boobs, I think Cardio Trim would be the best choice. It targets upper body (a fair share of strength exercises, i.a. push ups for chest) and allows to shed some extra weight with cardio (those man boobs. You mention that you are a beginner. In this case I would also suggest not to overdo it. I had it like this many times: two programs, challenges, additional yoga, I was pumped to start and... leave it all after three weeks. If you are a beginner, take your time. Cardio Trim is quite complete: strength, cardio, abs entries. If it is too easy for you, do it on the third level. Don't underestimate the recovery time. Remember that you can pick two or three programs and feel fine for the first one or two weeks but get tired after that, when all the effort piles up.
    So, my suggestion is to do just one program, see how you feel after a month, how your body responds and then start another programs with some additions.

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  • kandy
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    Yup Back & Core is a lovely program which I have done twice or 3 times which I can't even remmeber.

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  • MadMongrel
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    Agree withHellYeah on back and core and recommend cardio blast or the new reboot program

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