These are good for people who already have a significant ammount of strength (core strength).Rallymaster said:I want jaystar's (or any other fitness gurus) opinion on these workouts
they are not on anything... these are all workouts you can do after workingout for a whileBmarineUrbaneAltima said:Oh and your muscles will contract so bad and you will have pain or even hurt something from those dumbass workouts. I wouldnt recommend doing this. Oh and those guys are on something not a natural work out.
i belong to a gym and go religiously. Those guys are not saying that you do it a few times and you're RIPPED. heh. your comment is completely retarded. They are not selling anything. They are merely explaining how one could "work out" using the resistance of his/her weight on the playground monkey bar sets. Not everyone has the $ to go to a gym. A lot of those routines do work. How the hell do you think people trained for fights before these huge complicated machines entered our fitness lives?BmarineUrbaneAltima said:I dont like none of those work outs. Tell me what does this do to you, You think you can do some reps what that guy in the first did on the monkey grips or bars... for his abs. I think your better of doing sit ups or something. Those workouts are stupid......
yep, when I was in HS all I did was bench all day along with dips. I hardly worked my biceps but my arms were always huge because of the dips working out the triceps. I can barely curl a 50 pound dumbbell but used to max at the bench at about 275-300.SIR NUPE A LOT said:When I got to the gym I do pull ups and push ups along with free weights and machines. I found that doing dips, and such made me stronger overall because of teh control it takes to do teh right form. When I was in high school, all I did was sit ups and pull ups/chin ups (baseball player), and my arms were just as big and strong as the big dudes on the team. But I think those are some good excercises to work up to, some can be done immediately, and some you need to build up to.