health/strength/bodyfat

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by CushyCouture, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. CushyCouture

    CushyCouture Well-Known Member

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    A lot of guys I know mostly workout just to look good, but I like to workout for strength too. Just started changing my lifts for this. Anyways, just curious where everyone was at and what is achievable amongst a busy demographic. I'll start:

    height: 5'9
    weight: 165
    bf %: 13%

    max bench(1 rep): 225
    leg press: 300 lbs x 10 times
    deadlift: don't know
    row: 130 lbs x 10

    goals:
    height: 6'0 lol j/k
    weight: 155
    bf %: 7%

    max bench: 250
    leg press: 350 x 10 times
    deadlift: don't know
    row: 140lbs x 10
     


  2. TheBIBS

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    height: 5'7
    weight: somewhere between 165 & 170
    bf %: no idea

    max bench (1 rep): 260
    squat: 260 x 10
    deadlift: 270 x 10

    I do squat more than leg presses. Don't row either. I usually mix it up my cardio between Spartacus workout and sprints on the treadmill.
    The only goal I really have is get down to single digits for body fat.
     


  3. Texasmade

    Texasmade Senior member

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    If you're really trying for strength, don't waste your time with leg presses. You need to do squats which is a much better exercise unless you have back and knee problems.
     


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    Is Banana Shake Help to Increase body Strength?
     


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