go_vols said I'm not wanting to get overly bulky...but some more muscle and a little more tone would be ideal!
You can lift the heaviest weights in the gym for 6 hours a day and you won't get bulky. Body composition is about diet. Looking more defined is a body fat issue, which is also a diet component.
huh...can you expand on that? that's pretty interesting
You won't add mass unless you add calories. Pretty straight-forward.
I like crossfit. Has given me very good results in the last year and a half (from my starting point). Gives me intensity and compliance that I don't get when I go to the gym on my own.
I'm trying to tweak me diet for more calories for more mass. Right now if I add centimetres to my chest they come off my ass.
Ditto Here. Crossfit-style workouts have worked for me the best and given me the best results. It keeps my workouts intense, focused, and i enjoy the variety.
I've just planned out my workouts for the week. Here's what it looks like:
"Death by Barbell"
5 rounds: (#135 | #95)
- 15 deadlifts
- 12 hang power cleans
- 9 front squats
- 6 push jerks
AMRAP 20 minutes
5 muscle ups
jump rope 5 minutes
3 - 3 - 3 - 3 - 3
AMRAP in 12 minutes
- 4 handstand pushups
- 8 kettlebell snatches (1.5p | 1p) @1p
- 12 kettlebell sumo deadlift high pulls (1.5p | 1p) @1p
100 double unders
- 25 Push-ups jacks
- 25 knees to elbows
- 25 Box Jump (24")
- 25 kettlebell swings(1.5 | 1)
-7 Muscle-ups @on bar
-10 Hang Power Cleans (135#/95#)
-10 tuck ups