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    Austin Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Aug 23, 2003, 02:56 PM
    Weight training
    I am 24 and am going to start lifting wights everyday. I don't want to get big, just fit. I am not to interested in leg excercises, I am going to jog. So I guess what I am asking is does anyone have a propgram for everyday that would get me fit. Thanks a lot
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    Apr 5, 2004, 01:29 PM
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    Hi Austin. What exactly do you meean by fit? Are you looking to lose a couple of pounds and shape your muscles a bit more?

    What kinds of equipment do you have to work with? If none, that's alright- there are many exercises you can do without weights.

    What are your goals?

    Let me know and I'll get back to you,

    Cash
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    Jun 24, 2004, 02:36 PM
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    You can get fit by doing the basics. Pushups widegrip, diamonds, dive pushes. Pull ups. Crunches, leg lifts, flutter kicks, dips off a coffee table. All are cheap and work well enough to get you in "shape"
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    Sep 29, 2004, 12:14 PM
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    Hello I'm a personal trainer in the state of Texas and I been doing this for a few years now I'm also an aerobics instructor,
    But mainly to stay fit you need to do cardio 3 times a week , minimum. To melt your body fat even if is small % 20 -30 or 45 min of constant movement could be joggin, running, bike, etc... then weith train 3-5 times a week. 1 day chest and shoulders, 2 day abs , cardio and legs, 3 day biceps and triceps. Last day back . Also make sure you eat enough protein to feed your muscles. If you are in central Texas I could train you. My email is cantuchristian@prodigy.net
    :D
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    Nov 7, 2005, 04:52 PM
    1 day chest and shoulders, 2 day abs , cardio and legs, 3 day biceps and triceps.
    I think more then one day of legs would be good

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