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Old 12-28-2004, 06:59 PM #11
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Originally Posted by hambone
side crunches are also important.


Bicycle crunches
Leg raises

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I'm thinking about the James Toney approach to sit ups!!



Seriously, i dont do too many anymore, overworking your abs is for people who look in the mirror more then they fight.
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When you come up it also helps to hold your position for a few seconds so you can really feel them burn before return to the ground. burn burn burn! i love it
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why is it best to run AFTER you workout?
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don't forget about incorporating a medicine ball sometimes. Also my understanding is that it is almost impossible to increase muscle and lose weight at the same time. I read that your body works on a priority system. With building more mass being the last thing your body does. If it doesn't have enough calories to maintain then it won't use any calories to build more mass.
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