I did about 20kg on a shoulder press, and 25kg on the one that works your quads, the leg extension, I did about 35kg on the one that's like the opposite of the shoulder press, where you're sitting down and just pull down the bar from over your head. Was pretty much what I was expecting.
to be honest, I went to just find the max weight I could do, and after doing about 10 of them each, I felt like I were gonna give a hernia. I deffo need to do some sort of warm up before I start going though.
Does anyone here do much working out in their own time at home? Quite prefer the idea of blasting my own tunes out half naked looking like shit whilst using a kettlebell, or door frame bar or something.
Haha! the one you did 35kg on is for your back, i can push 60 outta that and im a skinny fucker. 50 on chest and push 40 on shoulders.
Buy some free weights and if you have the room a bench, and a long bar with weights - you can do everything at home, unless you wanna do cardio.
I take weight gainer twice a day. Reflex Instant mass - even bodybuilders that dont need to put weight on use it. Tried full on protein shakes but with these i find gives me more energy as it's full of carbs as well as protein.
If you wanna put weight/muscle on you've gotta eat like a machine, every 2 hours eat something.
Brekky (some weight gainer maybe)
Snack - banana, some healthy nuts - almonds are good for ya.
Dinner - JP with tuna and cheese - some chicken or a decent filling sandwich.
Eat something light before working out
Shake after workout
supper/shake before bed
That's what im trying to stick to at the moment like, quite happy with it.
I get my cardio from footy, play twice a week and badminton once
Get on the weight gainer, dont be put off it wont make you fat, so long as you're working out. You'll start pushing weights you didnt think you could do in a few months.
i'm 6'2 or 6'3 and 78kg atm, not sure what that is in BMI or whatever.