Ever heard of Virtutal workout training? Need Help

  • Classyboy04

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    Sep 20, 2010 5:54 PM GMT
    Yeah I know, sounds weird but at that time seems like a cool idea. My friend who is a quarterback and somewhat a personal trainer, was going to help me workout this summer. I am a beginner so really dont know much about the body building world and dont have much money for a gym. Plan was he was going to make up a work out plan for me and use the P90 routine as a resource.And since I dont have any equipment except for a couple of bench press weights, he was going to add that into it too. Problem is, he is very busy and has not respond back to my messages.

    Im at this point where I really am serious on working out and sculpting my body. I am 175lbs and want to reach 190lbs. I want define pecs,biceps,abs,and that v cut trim at the waist line. I also want to work more on my stamina. Looking for a really good online trainer who can help me out. Its not much but can pay $35 a month for your work and gratitude.Please send me your input
  • Classyboy04

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    Sep 21, 2010 1:27 AM GMT
    I thought this was place where jocks help each other out but I guess they are just a bunch of posers with fake pics cause I haven't heard from anyone yet :-(
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    Sep 21, 2010 5:02 AM GMT
    Don't really have any experience with this company but maybe it's something you'd like to look into.

    http://www.cyber-cise.com/
  • Classyboy04

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    Sep 21, 2010 5:15 AM GMT
    ok kool man thnx alot...Im glad somewhere cares out there LOL
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    Sep 21, 2010 5:16 AM GMT
    Let me put it this way: would you let a "somewhat doctor" operate on you?

    It sounds like he isn't as professional as he might have let on and clearly he is busy. The good news for you is that fitness comes from the inside out and can only be helped from the outside in.

    Find fit friends to work out with or a real professional, but in-between sounds too wishy washy because a million things will get in your way of working out each day, but your trainer should not be one of them.
  • Classyboy04

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    Sep 22, 2010 3:16 AM GMT
    Yeah thanx. The guy who was suppose to train me is one of my fit friends and was at the time able to help me. But when school and work came along, I knew he was going to be busy. I respected that but wish I had got it in return by replying back to me. I have other fit friends but a lot of them are too busy with school, work, or training themselves. Also I think I use the term "somewhat professional" in a wrong way. He knew what he was doing cause growing up his life, he has a brother who is a professional trainer, let alone took classes at college,is a quarterback since 8th grade to now, and also has been using the P90 program. So he is familiar with training but right now need a back up plan and dont want to pay 20-40 bucks a session or 100 a month when I dont have that kind of money
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    Sep 22, 2010 3:34 AM GMT
    Classyboy04 saidI thought this was place where jocks help each other out but I guess they are just a bunch of posers with fake pics cause I haven't heard from anyone yet :-(

    Wow! You got pretty ticked pretty quick! Along with the workout might try working on your patience too.

    However, to answer your question I'd highly recommend the strong and lean workout on this site. You can spend the $35 on a gym membership at a gym like 24. The workout is intense and if you follow it and eat sensibly you will get results.

    Good luck.icon_biggrin.gif
  • Classyboy04

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    Sep 22, 2010 4:09 AM GMT
    ok kool. 35 bucks for the gym. What about the trainer? Ive already tried to do it by myself but it doesnt work out for me. I really need a trainer and it seems like no one understands me but if I had big muscles already, guys would be lining up to reply to my profile. just not fair to people who really need this site the most. And I am a pastry chef. I have so much patience, it doesnt even make sense lol
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    Sep 22, 2010 7:01 AM GMT
    You are unlikely to find any advice worth having for $35 a month. Either you need to pay more or you need to find a way of getting the advice for free (which is not impossible).

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    Sep 22, 2010 7:19 AM GMT
    Lostboy saidYou are unlikely to find any advice worth having for $35 a month. Either you need to pay more or you need to find a way of getting the advice for free (which is not impossible).



    I agree with Lostboy. There are tons of resources out there on the web. You'll noticed that a lot of the information out there is the same conceptually just said different ways. All of health and fitness magazine tell you the same thing every month. If you read enough information you'll be able to identify what you should be doing. I've only really started to workout 4 months ago and I think I've made good progress. I did tons of research and observations. It really isn't rocket science and if it was, it can still be learned.

    I've considered getting a trainer only to help me with out with my form but I decided to workout by the corner of the gym which gives me a multi-angle mirror instead.

    Goodluck!