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Post by snowcrash256 on Thu Oct 28, 2010 1:28 am

Anyone know of a bodybuilding routine I can do at home? I own dumbbells and bench. I looking for some full body routine can I do at home?
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Working out/bodybuilding at home?

Post by stotalhealth on Tue Jan 25, 2011 3:59 am

There are a great number of extremely enthusiastic and committed bodybuilders out there that work exclusively out of their homes and very seldom, if ever, see the inside of a gym. Purists will roll their eyes and write these bodybuilders off out of hand as lacking sufficient dedication to deserve the term. In some ways this mindset is justified in the sense that disciples of home bodybuilding don't get the benefit of the professional guidance of qualified gym instructors and obviously the use of extensive ranges of equipment and facilities. They are also excluded from the camaraderie and fellowship of other bodybuilders which is a notable source of personal growth.

The flip side of the coin, however, paints a different picture in most cases. Many people who practice home bodybuilding do not have access to a gym, can't afford the fees or don't have the time and the very fact that they go to the trouble of setting up at home shows a love of and dedication to the sport that is often lacking in serious gym rats. That said, it is unfair and inaccurate to slate home bodybuilding as a non-entity in the sport and I'll wager that there are probably more pounds of muscle build in basements and back rooms than in formal, boutique gyms.

Whatever your reasons are for home bodybuilding, there are a couple of things that you need to do right at the start of the process to ensure that your efforts are channeled in the right direction and you do not waste your time or worse, injure yourself. At least a couple of consultations with a fitness professional are essential to get your physical state assessed and your planned routines/goals vs. body type established. At this point most instructors will be able to work out a basic regimen that fits in with these points and takes into consideration what your personal circumstances are regarding space, available equipment and at what frequency it will be possible for you to come in for re-assessments.

A simple homemade weight bench with a leg extension/curl bar and a couple of sets of barbells can offer you the following routine options:

* Stiff leg deadlifts
* Dumbbell upright rows
* Dumbbell curls
* Dumbbell bench press
* Dumbbell pullovers
* 75 incline bench press
* Dumbbell squats
* Dumbbell calf lifts
* Lunges

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Re: Working out/bodybuilding at home?

Post by Ezekiel on Wed Jun 15, 2011 1:12 am

I advised you to watch a video in you tube, there are many videos there for bodybuilding at home Smile

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Re: Working out/bodybuilding at home?

Post by Python on Sat Dec 03, 2011 11:31 pm

Before you start home workout warm up your body and get ready for exercise.
Push ups are one of the first exercises everyone can easily perform.
this workout is for the chest, triceps and even involve your back and shoulder muscles. Dips are alternative to developing chest and triceps muscles.

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