Help building size

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by JumboJym, Jul 11, 2005.

  1. JumboJym

    JumboJym White Belt

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    I don't go to a gym or lift weights or anything like that, my work out consists of Bas Rutten's MMA workouts and the Navy S.E.A.L. workout (push up, sit ups, dips, dry squats and stuff like that) and running. While my muscle endurance is very good I feel I need to build more muscle/size/strength. Are there any tips you guys can give me?
     
  2. Ted-P

    Ted-P Brown Belt

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    There is none jymbo.

    You gotta lift weights.
     
  3. JumboJym

    JumboJym White Belt

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    I want to train at a gym but I am in radiology school so my schedule is hardcore and it will continue to be for about the next year. I know that the only way to build mass is to lift weights but I guess what I'm getting at is what can I do at home on my own time you know.
     
  4. TheNerdKing

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    Make a big assed sandbag. Ie duffel bag + sand.

    Do squats, deads, clean and jerk, throws, twists, stairs with it.

    Try to make one that weigths as much as you do.

    That and EAT!!!

    You won't grow unless you eat lots of good food.
     
  5. CarnalSalvation

    CarnalSalvation Trying to make a Milankey

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    Once again, I'm with Nerdking.

    Also, if you're in school for radiology, fuck, just buy a barbell and some plates and start doing heavy pulls and presses in your place of lodging.
     
  6. Urban

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    barbell, sandbag, 300+ lbs of plates = basic starter kit for under 200 bucks.
     

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