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Old 01-06-2012, 12:57 AM   #155
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Originally Posted by Short Leash Hootie View Post
who wants to help a brother out?

I'm about to start running again...I'm talking intervals mainly...probably 6 2 minute intervals of hard running, 1 minute rest, 2 minute etc...

so I have my cardio down...

I want a few basic lifts to add into that...

I'm 6'3" 200 lbs. I'm looking to tone up a bit...drop a few lbs off the ol' gut.

Anyone have like 3 or 4 lifts I can do on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to add in to my cardio workouts? I'll probably run 4 or 5 times a week...I have access to a gym...I don't do cleans because I don't like doing cleans in a busy gym...and I prefer free weights but don't mind squats or bench.

Someone help me out, please =)
Slow your pace and no rests, maybe one per four mis. Be certain you have good shoes. Brooks are the best for me.
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