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Old 11-28-2009, 04:23 PM   #4
Derek Weaver
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I think maybe calorie king or one of those books that is readily available at a pharmacy or drug store would b a good idea. At least for a while to figure out what/how much you actually eat.

To vary the programming... I'd switch things to either 3 full body-ish workouts with the BB complex as a "finisher" if it's something you need, or upper lower 3-4 days/week. I just wouldn't repeat the same complex over and over expecting the weight to increase and rest times to consistently decrease.

I think a better idea is to do your strength stuff, remember to lift heavy and increase activity level another. Hikes, walks, cycling, rowing, swimming etc. Low impact stuff.

Basically a low weight (relative to your actual strength levels) BB complex every day is a bad idea.
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