MEMBER LOGIN

Results 1 to 5 of 5
  1. #1
    Just joined M&S
    • Join Date
      Feb 2019
    • Posts
      2
    • Years Exp
      < 6 Months
    • Goal
      Build Muscle
    • Gender
      Male
    • Reputation
      10
    • Rep Power
      0

    Default Please help with workout routine

    6'1 I weigh 233 I'm a Male i work from home taking calls. I have man boobs and my main priority is to lose them.

    So my plan is to workout throughout the day in between calls. I bought a treadmill so I plan on running mon-fri 15 mins for my first break. I bought a bench and will do upper body workouts throughout the day. I usually eat once a day for dinner and drink 3 monster energy drinks a day.

    My question is this a good routine? Was wondering if should start drinking protein shake in the morning. Any help would be greatly appreciated I plan on embracing the suck at work and working out.

  2. #2
    Trusted Advisor Doug's Avatar
    • Join Date
      Jul 2006
    • Posts
      32,473
    • Years Exp
      20+ Years
    • Goal
      Build Muscle
    • Gender
      Male
    • Location
      UK
    • Reputation
      1,385,257,343
    • Rep Power
      13,852,749

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabreezy View Post
    6'1 I weigh 233 I'm a Male i work from home taking calls. I have man boobs and my main priority is to lose them.

    So my plan is to workout throughout the day in between calls. I bought a treadmill so I plan on running mon-fri 15 mins for my first break. I bought a bench and will do upper body workouts throughout the day. I usually eat once a day for dinner and drink 3 monster energy drinks a day.

    My question is this a good routine? Was wondering if should start drinking protein shake in the morning. Any help would be greatly appreciated I plan on embracing the suck at work and working out.
    Hi welcome to the forum

    First thing to do is ditch the Monster drinks, 27g of sugar per can, take a look at the link below for routine choices for you to do

    https://www.muscleandstrength.com/wo...uscle-building
    Doug

    Not Joined The Forum Yet?? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

    * My Articles and Workouts Page - Click Here

    * My fitness Centre Site - www.gemini-fitness-centre.co.uk

    * My Nutrition & Diet site - Coming Soon

    "You can't out-train a lousy diet"

  3. #3
    Just joined M&S
    • Join Date
      Feb 2019
    • Posts
      2
    • Years Exp
      < 6 Months
    • Goal
      Build Muscle
    • Gender
      Male
    • Reputation
      10
    • Rep Power
      0

    Default

    Losing the monsters will be the hardest part for sure. I'll check those protein shakes out. Should I run more? I run 15mins a day and get to 0.8 miles then upper body throughout the day.

  4. #4
    Trusted Advisor Doug's Avatar
    • Join Date
      Jul 2006
    • Posts
      32,473
    • Years Exp
      20+ Years
    • Goal
      Build Muscle
    • Gender
      Male
    • Location
      UK
    • Reputation
      1,385,257,343
    • Rep Power
      13,852,749

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Fabreezy View Post
    Losing the monsters will be the hardest part for sure. I'll check those protein shakes out. Should I run more? I run 15mins a day and get to 0.8 miles then upper body throughout the day.
    Increase your running in increments up to 40 mins morning and evening, but not at a pace where you are gasping for breath, your aim is fat loss, and calorie burn, also look in the "workouts" section at the top if the page for a 4 day upper/lower body workout that you can do at home (dont neglect legs)
    Doug

    Not Joined The Forum Yet?? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

    * My Articles and Workouts Page - Click Here

    * My fitness Centre Site - www.gemini-fitness-centre.co.uk

    * My Nutrition & Diet site - Coming Soon

    "You can't out-train a lousy diet"

  5. #5
    Just joined M&S
    • Join Date
      Feb 2019
    • Posts
      6
    • Years Exp
      Just Started
    • Goal
      Build Muscle
    • Gender
      Male
    • Reputation
      10
    • Rep Power
      0

    Default

    A regular workout is a good start. Try consulting a trainor. Paired with high protein and low carbs diet and you'll get in shape in no time.

 

 

Similar Threads

  1. Help on home workout routine/is this routine any good?
    By Buyse in forum Muscle Building
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 01-03-2015, 10:57 AM
  2. Is this an ok workout routine?
    By IrishPower in forum Critique My Workout
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 05-17-2010, 05:00 PM
  3. Help with workout routine.
    By dom1984 in forum Beginners Questions & Advice
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 04-27-2009, 09:56 AM
  4. workout routine
    By bgtn in forum Beginners Questions & Advice
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 06-16-2007, 07:34 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •