Hi guys. Firstly I know this is a running forum and this is slightly off topic, but I have always came to this site for information and hope that someone here can help me. All advice is appreciated. On a Tuesday and Thursday I do a quite intensive boxing based circuit training. It is hard and I feel stronger and stronger. Afterwards my friend and I use the weights room to do some weights. As of now I am doing chest and bicep Tuesday and tricep and shoulders thursday. I am heavy trying to lose timber. He's smaller and trying to get bigger. I still go running Friday and Sunday morning too. 5 miles and 7 miles. Now the advice I need is regarding the weights. I KNOW I am not doing any leg work (although the circuit incorporates this), no back work and no abs (again lots of this in circuits). Would I be better not doing specific groups of weights as I am now and instead doing whole body exercises? I read up once that full body exercises are better. I feel as if working a group once a week isnt really showing much change to my physique. If so what are they and does anyone have a little routine for two days a week? I genuinely don't have the time to do more days in the gym. As I say, any advice will be appreciated. Thanks again.
Hi everyone i do more circuit training than running now but still do this in my saucony running shoes...i think i am wearing them out though and i think i need specific shoes for circuits....any advice?
i was thinking of reebok workout - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006YBUG0S/ref=asc_df_B006YBUG0S8244803/?tag=hydra0b-21&creative=22134&creativeASIN=B006YBUG0S&linkCode=asn&hvpos=1o2&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=7523497442102041163&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=
only because i wore them as a kid, but any advice would be superb and as always much appreciated.
henstooth, you are fantastic mate....reading thru your posts makes me wanna start doing this again...i wont like, but it makes me slightly want to. its 8am and ive just watched m2 workout max interval circuit and was laughing to myself at some of the craziness he puts together.
question for you, as a personal trainer will you take any of the exercises or theory from insanity and put this into your programs for others?