Advanced Exercises

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Advanced Exercises

Postby Big Dave » Thu Jun 16, 2005 4:44 pm

Hi guys,

I've been rebuilding now for about 2 months and so far I've only done the basic exercises. I'm about to start adding some of the advanced exercises and my question is this.

I know the advanced section is for designing a custom exercise program and that I don't do all of the exercises but I'm still a little unsure what exercises would be the best to add first. How can I tell?

Any suggestions?

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Postby Steven » Fri Jun 17, 2005 3:26 pm

Hi Big Dave,

Check the suggested exercise routines at the back of the book. They're a good place to start. That's what I did.

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Postby Bill » Mon Jun 20, 2005 6:24 pm

Hi Big Dave,

First off, I recommend that you start adding in the advanced exercises slowly. Preferrably one at a time. Work with an exercise for a week or two and you'll know what it does.

Personally, I have a normal routine that I do everyday which includes the core exercises and 3 or 4 of the advanced. Every once in a while I'll throw in something I haven't done for a while just for good measure.

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Postby Big Dave » Tue Jun 21, 2005 2:12 pm

Thanks guys,

I forgot about the exercise routines in the back of the book. I'm going to start with the one on page 119 for now. It looks like a good one.

Thanks,
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Postby Dean » Tue Jun 21, 2005 3:06 pm

Hey guys,

Thanks for jumping in there and answering Big Dave's question.

Glad to see you're making progress BD.

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