GLopez Posted March 25 Report Share Posted March 25 I'll give you a breakdown of everything that I do:These are the exercises that I include in my workout: vertical chess press, pec contractor, standing arm curl, upright row, lat pulldown (front), and seated mid-row. I do reps of 12, 10, 8, and 6 in each set. I add weight for every set of reps by 10 lbs. and depending on which exercise, sometimes 15lbs. I know to push myself until I "burnout" mostly on the 6x rep. After my workout I usually do a cardio of walking for 15 min. and jogging for 30 mins (3 mi. total). On the days that I don't lift, I will still do my cardio (most of the time). I take creatine called "Creatine Stack" from a local company called NTS Tecnologies. I follow the instructions taking one scoop 15 min. before workout and two scoops after workout, and do not take it on non-workout days. I also take about 6 scoops (wake-up, after workout, before bed) of Designer Whey Protein Powder.I have several questions about my workouts:Should I be doing anymore exercises? My total time on the machine is about 48 mins.......Should I continue to take my protein powder on the days that I don't lift?Damnit, my mind went blank....Should I take more time off between workouts? I workout just about every other day and know that the muscles build from the "recovery" process. When I do workout again I can easily match the previous workout, and continue until I "burnout". Somedays, it's not that easy though....What is the quickest way to get rid of this layer of fat, that's surrounding this gorgeous six-pack? Probably an inch and half maybe a little less...What am I forgetting to do? Do I need to add anything or adjust anything?I know that there are previous threads asking the same questions, but I broke it down for my workout. I've never worked out before and have never had a personal trainer. I just got on the machine and started doing some of the exercises that I though I might need to do. I also drink as much water as I can. I only have about 11 workouts under my belt, so I'm still getting started. People have told me (without me mentioning it) that I look as thought I've been working out a little. I'm guessing that I'm at least doing something right!!Thanks for your help and your time.GLopez Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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