Exersize Routine?

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Mkizz21
Hey guys, I decided my life needed a change, so I took my first step to join this forum.

About my self:
I am 19 year old male, 6'1 in my 240lb. I really want to change my life by eating more healthy and exersizing often.
If you guys could help me what my exersize routine should be in the gym advice will be greatly appreciated. I really want to achieve a body of a WWE wrestler named Randy Orton, I really would like to have a slim body muscle, instead of like real bulky muslcle like Stallone.

Here is the pic of the body I would like to achieve in the future.
[IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/r0qerq.jpg[/IMG]


Now my main question is, to achieve that type of body built where should my focus point be? Cardio? Weight training?
Advice will be greatly appreciated, thanks for reading.
I really do hope this forum can help me change my life, thank you once again.  

10 May 2010 09:44

jcvaughn26
Well, first off welcome to the board. Don't get too far ahead of yourself, don't worry about wanting to look like this guy or that. Genetics have alot of to do with muscle shape if you don't have the genetics to have long muscle you can't achieve that look. Same goes with getting vacularity or getting nice peaks on the biceps alot of genetic factors.

Just guessing you have a fairly high bf just because of the nature of this post, correct me if I'm wrong. I would definetly get some good cardio to shed some pounds 3-5x a week 30-45mins. Also you'll want to be lifting as well and keeping the diet in check. Are you currently exercising at all right now? What does your current diet look like? It's hard to tell you want you need without a little more info about yourself bf, current routine, diet, and so forth.  

11 May 2010 03:58
Mkizz21
[QUOTE=jcvaughn26;106038]Well, first off welcome to the board. Don't get too far ahead of yourself, don't worry about wanting to look like this guy or that. Genetics have alot of to do with muscle shape if you don't have the genetics to have long muscle you can't achieve that look. Same goes with getting vacularity or getting nice peaks on the biceps alot of genetic factors.

Just guessing you have a fairly high bf just because of the nature of this post, correct me if I'm wrong. I would definetly get some good cardio to shed some pounds 3-5x a week 30-45mins. Also you'll want to be lifting as well and keeping the diet in check. Are you currently exercising at all right now? What does your current diet look like? It's hard to tell you want you need without a little more info about yourself bf, current routine, diet, and so forth.[/QUOTE]

Thank you for your advice, and no i havent been exersizing at all besides walking my dog around 30 minute per day. I was planning on hitting the gym tonight for hour or two

And yes i do have a farily high bf.

As of my diet, it use to be just anything that came into my mind, from fast food to salads at times. But right now due to not many knowledge of nutrition facts about diet, I am just eating grilled chicken breast, and some rice, so far since its only been 1 day i started the diet.  

12 May 2010 04:54
A.B
ok. what you'll need to do is plan out at least 4-5 meals a day, (search diets on here, tons to get of the forum).... since your relatively new to working out 3-4 times a week. do upper body and lower body workouts plus cardio to start:

dont fosuc on small body parts for now, get the fundamentals lifts down: squats, dead lifts, cleans, rows, etc.  

18 May 2010 00:01

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