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Old 03-23-2007, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need a workout schedule/diet plan

Hey guys, I need help to figure out which workouts I should do, what I should eat, ect. Mainly I'm looking to trim down a lot of fat (not sure of my body fat%, I think it's 20ish) and get stronger abs/legs. I really want an intense workout plan, including a lot of cardio, but I have no idea what kind of workouts to do. I think I'm around 150-160 right now (not sure if I have lost/gained weight since the last time I weighed myself)

Right now I train Tae Kwon Do and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, about 12 hours a week total(would train more if I could). I'm aiming for lean muscle, if I know the definition correctly. Lean muscle is muscle that makes you more agile generally, while bulk/mass muscle makes you more powerful? Well, I'm looking to get muscles that make me faster/more agile.

Again, I need specific workouts. These are the machines I have: Sports Authority - Weider 155 Combo Bench w/ 100lb Weight Set (not the exact model, but close), ShopNBC.com - **Web Only** Reebok Advanced 1500 Elliptical, Wavemaster XXL for $239.95, I also have a jump rope and some dumbells.

So, yeah. I need specific workouts and a diet plan that I can do with these machines and with my own body weight to develop lean muscle(if that's the best choice for a beginner like myself). Remember, I'm looking for an intense workout with a lot of cardio! I think that's all guys, thanks for the read!

Oh, and I wanna look like this guy: YouTube - Kickboxing Training

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Old 02-26-2010, 09:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That is great that you are so motivated to start working out more and to lose some weight! In order to find the best workout that fits your needs is to take the equipment that you have and read the manual, this should have the workouts listed that you can do. And also, be creative with your workouts. If you are looking to count calories or measure your BMI, a great site for that is FitClick.com. This site is a great tool when jump starting a diet. Good luck!
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