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distantarray
10-03-2010, 03:49 AM
DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS FOR BEGINNERS

Chest workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruR1HLYLNT8

Tricep workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAFTAcNP1VA&feature=channel

Back workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAFTAcNP1VA&feature=channel

Bicep workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LX8gbhth-rk&feature=channel

Shoulder workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXZVCfmF_Zw&feature=related

Leg workout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvgkjQObW4Y





I was going to make my own videos to workout, but honestly this guy does EXACTLY the same style workout that I do in the same way it was kinda funny =)

Anyways he's a fitness model so he's a good guy to look at if your looking to gain muscle and staying lean all year round.

http://famewatcher.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/1scotthermancosmo.jpg



Basically 3 immediate drop sets followed by 1 minute rest followed by 2 more sets. Basically this will put you to 9 sets per workout (3 sets of 3 drop sets)

It's extreme cardio / hiit training it'll keep your heart rate highly elevated and will cause people who have hit plateaus in their training completely destroy it. My friend was almost crying after following me through my back workout almost crying at the end. =)

He's a little energetic and funny to watch a bit silly at times so it can be amusing, love him or hate him his routine works. It was funny cause this is what I was already doing before I ever saw his videos. Workouts like this shows you that you don't need to hit the gym for 2 hours a day, just 20-45minutes is enough as long as you avoid gossip talking and other stupid distractions at the gym. You go to the gym to workout so let's do it!

Kasinator
10-03-2010, 07:12 AM
YES FOR SCOTT HERMAN WORKOUTS! No for cry babies :P He also frequently updates his youtube channel!

therob127
10-05-2010, 09:51 AM
Haven't heard about him until now. Great workout videos. Definitely a consideration for my next workout routine.

therob127
10-26-2010, 08:19 AM
I tried drop sets for the first time last night with my chest/bicep workout. Let me tell you, I was sweating like a mo-fo and my heart was racing. Here is a breakdown of what I did:

Barbell Bench Press: 145x8,115x8,95x8; 125x6; 105x7
Barbell Bicep Curls: 70x8,50x8,40x8; 50x8; 40x8
Incline Dumbbell Press : 50x8,35x8,20x8; 40x8; 30x7
Dumbell HammerCurls: 40x8,25x8,15x8; 35x8; 30x7
Single Arm Cable Crossover: 60x8,55x8,50x8; 60x8; 50x8
Concentrated Dumbbell curls: 35x8,25x8,12x8; 30x7; 25x7
Low raising cable crossover: 40x8,35x8,30x8; 35x8; 30x6
Reverse Grip Barbell curls: 50x8,40x8,30x8; 40x8; 30x8

This has got to be one of the hardest, if not THE hardest workouts I've done. Unfortunately I didn't have a spot either so I didn't get the one extra rep where I could have. I'm going to keep this workout up for a few weeks and then change it up again. This is definitely something that I'll be coming back to in the future though.

EDIT: This was also my first time using the cable machine for chest :P

Kasinator
10-26-2010, 08:42 AM
Starting next week i switch to this.