I'm looking at the bodybuilding workout right now, but I really only want to tone up, and not get overly bulky.
The exercises below are sequenced, so I wouldn't have to do them all in the same session, but I'm curous what everyone thinks of this workout:
Squat (3 x 10, 95 lbs) French Press (4 x 6, 64 lbs) Incline Curl ( 4 x 6, 35 lbs) Concentration Curl (4 x 6, 35 lbs) Push Ups (3 x 10, weighted if possible) Two hand curl (3 x 8, 70-80 lbs) Triceps stretch (3 x 6-8, 5 lbs) Dumbbell circles (16 pounds, as many as possible) Reverse Curl barbell (4 x 6, 64 lbs) Seated Wrist Curl (4 x ??, 64 lbs) Reverse seated wrist curl (4 x ??, 10 lbs) Sit ups (5 x 12) Calf Raises 5 x 20.
There is also a "general fitness" routine I am considering, but I will post later after I get a bit more input on this workout.
Oh, and my cardio would probably be shadow boxing and jump rope.
Thanks in advance for any advice and comments.View Thread
Ok, I'm looking for a very specific type of fitness step.
Several years ago, my wife had a very large, foam fitness step. It resembled a foam Yoga block, but was much, much larger. Probably in the neighborhood of 30 x 18 x 9.
Does anyone know where I might be able to purchase one online? I really want to find this for her. I've checked every fitness and athletic supply place I can think of, but to no avail. I even checked Amazon, and nothing. I don't even think they have what I'm looking for on ebay.
Except it's probably a little bigger. The website containing that picture says that you have to order 600 of them. I just need one.
Does anyone know where I could get one? We have a wood floor, so she doesn't want to use the plastic ones. And I think she's on the verge of wanting to start working out again. I would really, really like to be able to find one for her...
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