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    (Original post by mipegg)
    :facepalm2:
    Lemme guess, "HIIT BURNS MORE FAT THAT YOUR CRAPPY ROUTINE EVER WILL!!! WAH WAH WAH!"

    I told you I don't like being really sore after exercises and pushing myself to my limit will make me this happen. :rolleyes: My way is tried and tested with great results. :yes:
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    Your facepalm made me realise how wrong I was. The reasoning in that post was great. :yes:
    Ok. Look at it this way, your core muscles (huge hint in the name there) are designed to support and hold a heavy weight. NOT to do fanny crunches and sit ups. The muscles are built to be used to hold you upright, in a squat/deadlift/OH Press sort of manner.

    You can also think about it in terms of simple physics, in a situp you only use a tiny amount of your abdominal strength to get you the first few cm up, even then you are only lifting a very small amount of weight, not pushing the muscles thus not causing any development.

    The pure fact you say that you dont want to develop your muscles shows you know next to nothing about exercise or the results of it.
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    Lemme guess, "HIIT BURNS MORE FAT THAT YOUR CRAPPY ROUTINE EVER WILL!!! WAH WAH WAH!"

    I told you I don't like being really sore after exercises and pushing myself to my limit will make me this happen. :rolleyes: My way is tried and tested with great results. :yes:
    Even just doing a weight program would give you better results than that. Interesting to see that you keep going on about results but dont show them?
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    Ok. Look at it this way, your core muscles (huge hint in the name there) are designed to support and hold a heavy weight. NOT to do fanny crunches and sit ups. The muscles are built to be used to hold you upright, in a squat/deadlift/OH Press sort of manner.

    You can also think about it in terms of simple physics, in a situp you only use a tiny amount of your abdominal strength to get you the first few cm up, even then you are only lifting a very small amount of weight, not pushing the muscles thus not causing any development.

    The pure fact you say that you dont want to develop your muscles shows you know next to nothing about exercise or the results of it.
    You know sit up benches exist right?

    (Original post by mipegg)
    Even just doing a weight program would give you better results than that. Interesting to see that you keep going on about results but dont show them?
    So you want me to show you my bare torso on the internet just to prove me right? Please. I'm THAT desperate to be proven right. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    You know sit up benches exist right?



    So you want me to show you my bare torso on the internet just to prove me right? Please. I'm THAT desperate to be proven right. :rolleyes:
    No, he wants to see all of you :teeth:

    :rofl:
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    You know sit up benches exist right?



    So you want me to show you my bare torso on the internet just to prove me right? Please. I'm THAT desperate to be proven right. :rolleyes:
    You know the situp motion is fundamentally flawed and engages next to none of the abdominal right?

    Now I ever said that, but the fact your picture is a 'myspace angle' doesn't go much to helping yourself
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    (Original post by 7777777)
    No, he wants to see all of you :teeth:

    :rofl:

    Who said just see :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    You know the situp motion is fundamentally flawed and engages next to none of the abdominal right?

    Now I ever said that, but the fact your picture is a 'myspace angle' doesn't go much to helping yourself
    :facepalm:

    Listen, why don't you show me how it's done? Because I don't know. I've just been doing something that has no effect on me whatsoever for the past 2 years. :rolleyes:

    How is my picture a "myspace angle"? :wtf:
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    :facepalm:

    Listen, why don't you show me how it's done? Because I don't know. I've just been doing something that has no effect on me whatsoever for the past 2 years. :rolleyes:

    How is my picture a "myspace angle"? :wtf:
    You know that link I posted at the start of the thread? Thats got it all in.
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    You know that link I posted at the start of the thread? Thats got it all in.
    No, i'm more interested in the "myspace angle" comment now. :rolleyes: Very offensive.
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    (Original post by ~Vicky~)
    No, i'm more interested in the "myspace angle" comment now. :rolleyes: Very offensive.
    Cant see arms
    Cant see below chest
    Hair covering as much of body as possible.
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    Cant see arms
    Cant see below chest
    Hair covering as much of body as possible.
    So pretty much any portrait picture is a "myspace angle". :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    Cant see arms
    Cant see below chest
    Hair covering as much of body as possible.
    Thats not a 'myspace angle' at all actually.

    Do crunches really not work? Wow i've been wasting my time.
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    (Original post by Lauren__x)
    Thats not a 'myspace angle' at all actually.

    Do crunches really not work? Wow i've been wasting my time.
    Not really no, far too much emphasis is placed on them. They are at best, a niche exercise, at worst useless.
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    I have to agree with the majority. Situps/Crunches are a waste of time and effort.
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    i've always wondered why girls don't just jump up and down

    everyone's a winner xD
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    (Original post by Lauren__x)
    Thats not a 'myspace angle' at all actually.

    Do crunches really not work? Wow i've been wasting my time.
    They are good! most girls will get where they want with sit ups (crunches are better though) but you still need to add weights to improve the process
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    (Original post by 7777777)
    They are good! most girls will get where they want with sit ups (crunches are better though) but you still need to add weights to improve the process
    Any exercise you have to do more than 10 reps of at a time is a waste of time :rolleyes:
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    This thread is full of fail - by Vicky

    Please stop posting crap that is not tried and tested (care to prove it scientifically? no? then GTFO)

    Even my evil nemesis Ilora-Danon gets my vote over what you are spouting. You are the reason many fail, giving this sort of pathetic advice when you’re an ecto anyway and wouldn’t be able to tell if what you are doing is what is working.
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    (Original post by mipegg)
    Any exercise you have to do more than 10 reps of at a time is a waste of time :rolleyes:
    Be serious :sigh: people DO use endurance training
 
 
 
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