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EdensDemise
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tips for a newbie training?

#1 Postby EdensDemise » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:11 am

i already wrote in "introductions" but is better if i post it even here:
i make training at the gym since almost one month 3 times at week fr 1 hour and a half.
basically my training is based on:
10-15 minutes cyclette
biceps barbell curl (15kg for now) 10 x 3
barbell squat (15kg) 10 x 3
Lat pulldown- behind nack- 25 kg 15 x 3
seated row machine 25kg 15 x 3
cable pullover 25kg 15 x 3
sit up bench 20 x 3
roman chair leg raises for abs 15 x 3
cable curls 25 kg 15 x 3
chest fly machine 15kg 10 x 3
leg press 30kg 20 x 3
machine reverse fly 15kg 10 x 3
gluteus machine 30kg 20 x 3 each legs
10 minutes cyclette again

plus other exercises i dont remember
and since i train in the morning, in the evening i make push ups (20 x 3) and abs (20 x 3)

anyway for example today my eating day was:
milkshake with raspberries and sun warrior powder
100gr tempeh
a plate of brokkoli with 200 gr soia schnetzel (they have 49 gr of proteins each 100 gr) with coconut milk-curry sauce and 50gr of pumpkin seeds
big milkshake with strawberry (no protein powders)
i will eat now 4 spelt cakes (not real cakes but these ones http://fddb.info/static/db/400/320/7VK0 ... 78x208.jpg) and later another soy-milkshakewith protein powders.

today i will eat a big vegan pizza i chose to eat carbs only once in the weekend. is it ok?
tips? am i working good?
thank you all
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Re: tips for a newbie training?

#2 Postby Mini Forklift Ⓥ » Mon Aug 05, 2013 5:10 am

Looks good buddy, keep up the good work. Welcome to the forum, there's really everything you need here right at your fingertips.

I'm like you, I love a large vegan pizza from time to time. My pizza store makes me one on a gluten free base with jalapenos, refried beans, tomato and avocado. Delicious!
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Re: tips for a newbie training?

#3 Postby EdensDemise » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:12 am

sounds good. yesterday i took pizza with vegan-pesto, veg-salami, artichokes and veg cheese. :D
by the way what would you advise me to do during the day of rest? should i just walk a lot or being more relaxed? i get crazy if i stay sit in the same place for more than 30 minutes.
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Re: tips for a newbie training?

#4 Postby C.O. » Sat Aug 17, 2013 5:18 pm

Listen to your body. If you feel better when you're not sitting around yeah a least get out and walk around a bit, you know just don't over do it and make sure you're getting good sleep. Not just enough sleep but killing the lights and the tv and computer and phone an hour before bed, and not eating sugars or drinking alcohol or caffeine before bed. So you're setting yourself up for the best sleep possible.


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