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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2007, 07:27 AM Thread Starter
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Any Ideas?

Anyone got any ideas for diets or workout routines to get me back into shape, and supplements? i was wondering wat supplements would help me the most. I was in Tae Kwon Do for about 10 years and i love to fight and well a MMA center just opened but id like everyones opinion on how to get back into fighting shape...i uploaded 2 pics to give yas an idea what youre dealin with...remember im only 14, 15 in september....and my goal is to get back into good shape, and be a great fighter still...soo anyone out there please gimme some help!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2007, 08:43 AM
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Firstly, your arms are, to put it in the politest way, not good enough for MMA, or any sort of fighting. You need to hit the gym and get a set workout off a website for biceps, triceps and chest mainly.

Secondly, you need to get on a treadmill and work off that belly and bitchtits. But you also need to eat healthier. Get a fat burning diet off somewhere, google around, I'm no professional at that so I can't give you advice on what exactly to eat. But I know that you need to eat something, so don't think that because you don't eat you'll lose fat. You'll also lose strength and have no energy.

Thirdly, you NEED to join the MMA center. It will get you into shape a hell of a lot quicker than if you don't, and whilst you are toning your body up and getting strong enough and back in shape, you will be able to learn all the techniques. It's hard at first but you'll get used to it. It's good for cardio too.

Hope I've helped.


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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-10-2007, 07:04 PM
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LOL bitchtits nice lmao

Hmm yeah what he said ^

Your from Nova Scotia as am i.....
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-10-2007, 07:40 PM
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Dude you have no muscle definition at all.. The safest and most effective way I see you getting into fighting shape is by doing a set strength routine 2-3times a week. you need to focus on biceps/triceps so get some curling weights and do 3 sets of those per workout. Next up you need some chest work I suggest bench-press/incline do 3 sets of this as well. Now your going to need some cardio and you look really out of shape so start jogging/brisk walking however much you can handle and do that at least 3 times a week this is the most important part of you getting into shape and losing weight.

If your serious about losing weight and gaining strength/speed/endurance do all those things I told you and Id advise you to pick up some "WheyBolic Extreme 60" all its only lots of high quality protein with low fat/carb/calories I'd recommend increasing your protein intake on days you workout.

Thats a start. After you get a good thing going for afew months you'll be back in good shape.

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