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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    That doesn't mean squat.
    Yes it does!...lol...(taken way out of context but had to be done!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirlot View Post
    Yes it does!...lol...(taken way out of context but had to be done!)
    Given that it has squats even I find challenging, yeah, it does!
    (It has beginner versions,too, Lev, don't wig out on me. Trust us, try a decent weight routine.)
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    Real weights = real woman!
    Last edited by Dirlot; 01-31-2012 at 09:25 PM.
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    I would say your current routine sounds very "chronic cardio"-ish and the weight levels you are using are not nearly challenging enough. Perhaps there is a CrossFit box near you that is not caught up in the "elite fitness" dogma that can help?

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    The "Lift Heavy Things" consists of five different exercises at varying levels to create strength, build muscle and tone the whole of the body

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    5x5 Strong Lifts is similar to Starting Strength but have a more beginner friendly excersise selection (there is just one change iirs). And it is free I had a very good success with this program, rebuilding the upper body after I shredded it to nothing with CW bootcamps and cardio.
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