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Member Since 14 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Nov 17 2009 03:56 PM

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In Topic: Lifting And Jogging...

15 July 2009 - 05:15 AM

whether your working the same muscle groups every day depends on your specific goals. You should give your body time to rest.... but if youre not using intensity when lifting... it shouldnt really be a problem when lifting every day. If you want to see some good results.... try this routine...

chest/ triceps- mon
back/ biceps- tues
lower body- wed
thurs- take the day off or just do cardio
fri- shouldures
sat- cardio day
sunday- cardio

I personally think its better to lift before you do your cardio... this is so you have the most energy and can really fatigue your muscles. You should prob hop on the treadmill for 5 minutes or so to warm up before lifting... then lift... then do your official cardio.

If you can... try to use intensity rather than duration in your cardio too. This means.. instead of doing a 5.0 or whatever on the treadmill for a half hour.... kill your self on the tredmill for 15 minutes.
You can try to interval train....with lets say 3.5 as your active rest... and maybe a 7.5. Alternate between these two speeds depending on your fitmess level.

Thats really all I can think of to tell you.. I believe in intensity of the excercise over duration.

If you need anymore advice.... try


In Topic: Recommendations In Nyc

15 July 2009 - 05:04 AM


In Topic: Honey Nut Chex Gluten Free!

16 June 2009 - 02:29 AM

I love the Cinnammon Chex - eat them by the handfuls

The cinnammon is so amazing. I would eat it all the time even if I wasn't celiac.

In Topic: In Case Anyone Was Wondering About..

15 June 2009 - 05:29 AM

Any body find them in New York Yet?

I just found them at Waldbaums yesterday! I got the cookies!

In Topic: Bob's Redmill Gluten Free Pizza Crust...

02 June 2009 - 11:24 AM

That's good to know. How do you make it, add water and stir or how?

First put warm water in a bowl and add the yeast that it comes with. Then add the dough, oil and eggs. Then use a mixer... or just stir with a spoon. Then you let it rise for 20 mins... spread it out on a pan... bake for 7 minutes... top with what ever you want... and throw back in the oven for 15 mins... it came out perfect.