I work out and it doesnt work

I work out and it doesnt work

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4 Dec 2011
hello Beautiful models...
I need help , I work out at the gym really hard 5 times a week and still can't look good..
I will never get perfect abs or perfect hot body...
what I do wrong ...shall I be taking something stronger like ephedrine or steroids...

Posted 4 Dec 2011
Socialdisaster
Photographer
Socialdisaster
sebastian185
shall I be taking something stronger like ephedrine or steroids...
I'm saying this is page 1 worthy of: And on a different note, I'd suggest hiring a personal trainer to sort out your workout and possibly someone to look at your diet and tie the two together. Hard work at the gym does give results. If it isn't, it's because you are doing something wrong, somewhere, in the entire plan.
Posted 4 Dec 2011
Sarge
Photographer
Sarge
First of all, dont take drugs.

How long have you been going?
What do you do when there?
How is your diet (training is 80% diet, 20% training, you are what you eat).

Training will pay off, but some body types may not get that much larger, just more toned. It takes MANY weeks/months/years to improve. You will also hit stages where for weeks you are stuck at the same level and weights. Eventually you will get past this and move on, but it will take a while and will sicken you.

I have just had a week off (well 5 days) from the gym, due to work and the staff being on strike on Wednesday. I went back yesterday and struggled with the routing i normally do. This happens with everyone.

Posted 4 Dec 2011
Serena
Model
Serena
sebastian185

 I need help , I work out at the gym really hard 5 times a week and still can't look good.. I will never get perfect abs or perfect hot body.


No one is ever perfect.  I would suggest you go for a more balanced week.  Drop to 3 times a week, and be less critical of yourself and how you look.
Posted 4 Dec 2011
LEGENDACB
Photographer
LEGENDACB
how long do ur training sessions last!
as they say when ur lifting weights if u keeping lifting past the point of when ur biceps start to hurt then ur muscle react better and realise to add muscle on!
hope u kinda understand that lol its kinda like tricing ur brain into telling ur arms to add muscle on!
Andrew  
Posted 4 Dec 2011
Webbo2
Photographer
Webbo2
Your diet will almost certainly be the issue. Training is a small part of results, diet is paramount!

Posted 4 Dec 2011
Thanks so much guys....that helps
I have been working out for about 7 years but seriously 2 years every month I can see some improvment...but still not what I want..when I look at sme male models and their bodies I wonder what they do...
I Do eat well... I take proteins , kinnda regular meals but still not wat I want....
.....

Posted 4 Dec 2011
HowardJ
Photographer
HowardJ
I'd say don't worry about it and start eating more biscuits.

Posted 4 Dec 2011
Stay away from thermabols, they do more trouble than they do help.

If you're doing weights you need to go HEAVY. Make sure your technique is solid before you go heavy though. The main aspect you need to concentrate on though is your nutritional intake. If you're not eating enough your body will cannibalize itself for nutrients and energy it's missing.

Seriously, you need to be eating more often but super clean. Cut back on the amount of carbs you're on and maybe look at taking in 500 calories less than your BMR (basal metabolic rate). The guys who are super cut have a BFI % of probably 10% or less and probably spend a LOT of hours in the gym.

These are just ideas if you've not looked into them (I don't want you coming back to me saying I said whatever and it didn't work so this is my disclaimer, ha!)

I was going to say have a word with Grez on here as he's a fellow male model and has turned his life around and then some but he's parted ways...

As mentioned before, your best bet would definitely be having a sit down with a PT and get them to work out a schedule with your targets in mind.

Posted 5 Dec 2011
I am a personal trainer the way i work with my clients is to concentrate on two muscle groups per workout dont try and fit everything in at once. i specialise in abbs and body building so if you wanted any advice just ask
Posted 24 Jan 2012
Hobbeldehoy
Photographer
Hobbeldehoy
The abs are the hardest muscles to develop. Try raised bench sit ups, lots of them. And refer to a good book. Low fat and high protein diet is essential because excess fat will always stay around the stomach area.

Posted 24 Jan 2012
Purple_Girl
Photographer
Purple_Girl



You have strong definition in your legs, decent definition to your abs, a flat stomach, generally toned all over, proportionate and no cellulite/flabby bits that I can make out. Just a thought but perhaps you should stop thinking you don't look good simply because you're not quite where you want to be figure-wise and realise that you do have a good physique, one that plenty of guys would be happy to have. Fair enough to keep working at it if you want to beef up more but you shouldn't be telling yourself that you don't look good, you're getting yourself down for no reason.

Posted 24 Jan 2012
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