Example Workouts

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    Nov 05, 2007 4:39 AM GMT
    Anyone have any good links to some example workouts? Some tips to designing a whole program would be great, too!
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    Nov 05, 2007 3:12 PM GMT
    bodybuilding.com - too many to choose from....
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    Nov 05, 2007 3:22 PM GMT
    On the left side of the RealJock.com main page, just below "Man of the Day", is "Workout Plans", and there are several to choose from.

    http://www.realjock.com/home/
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    Nov 05, 2007 9:36 PM GMT
    http://mensworkoutguide.com/
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    Nov 05, 2007 9:49 PM GMT
    Dood, this site has some good stuff, albeit smothered in gay overtones, and the vanity, and insecurity, of "gayness". How many times does underwear, shaving, and jocks need to be addressed? SIC. bodybuilding.com is probably by far and above the best overall site that's honest (nothing with regard to bodybuilding or fitness is out of bounds and there's lots of good information on performance enhancement and the like). bodybuilding.com has a few articles that push certain supps, but, as a general rule, it's very well done. Scott, the editor, and his team, right over there in Idaho, do an awesome job.

    I pay ptoonthenet $10.00 a month for a boatload of ongoing trainer's information. The site really isn't for the neophyte (it gets into all the science), but, I find it all very fascinating. If you want to know the why's of it all ptoonthenet is probably one of the better sites around. There are also some Wiki-based sites, although I forget their names at the moment.

    I think the human machine is fascinating to manipulate. Guys like me are proof positive that good science, patience, discipline and time, along with some genes, and money can bring it all together, well into middle-age.
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    Nov 05, 2007 9:52 PM GMT
    menshealth.com has some great fitness workouts for all different levels from beginner to advanced, many of which do not require a lot of equipement.