From May 24th to August 24th, Matthew, Dave, and Mike are going to lose 30 pounds each. Join in on the "fun" here and get healthy!
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Post by aetos » Wed May 25, 2011 6:37 am

So, I am approaching the age where in order to feel good about myself, I need to bulk up, and keep it on, because muscle mass stays with you through life (LOL)

SO, What will I be doing?

Well, starting Monday this week (already gone) I have begun attending Wing Chung classes, which are designed to train a strong core and tone the muscles in your arms. Along with this gruelling 2 & 1/2 hour long session, I will (try to) be doing a fluctuating regime of push-ups sit-ups, and cardio-vascular exercises in the morning.

So, My start weight: 65 Kg's
Goal weight: 70 Kg's

So, Off I go chaps! :D
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Re: Hulkify

Post by Jakian » Wed May 25, 2011 6:47 pm

Good luck mate :)

As part of my exercise programme I've been cycling 30 mins a day for 5 days a week and i've also been lifting weights 3 times a week.

Like you I'll be trying to gain muscle mass but I won't post a specific target cause I'll also be trying to lose some body fat.

I've never heard of Wing Chung but at 2 and a half hours it sounds like hard work!

With all that exercise your doing i hope your eating enough too, I've found that diet is the key to gaining any kind of weight.

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Re: Hulkify

Post by bighara » Sun May 29, 2011 9:04 pm

Wing Chun kung fu

It is the style that Bruce Lee formally trained in.

For strength training, check out Scooby's workshop. Tons of free info there. You may not be a bodybuilder but the advice applies to anyone who is strength training.


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