12 WEEK DAILY TRAINER WITH KRIS GETHIN PDF

I just started today, so I’m a day behind anyone else here who might be doing it, but I’m feeling pretty good about this workout. One question I. Kris Gethin is your personal daily trainer. Follow him as he takes you and himself through a week transformation. The end of the tunnel, at last! Give yourself a. Download Hardcore with Kris Gethin and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Through this week bodybuilding plan, Gethin will be with you each day fitness plans created by world-class personal trainers, athletes, and experts. Every plan features informational videos, daily workouts, nutrition guidance, and.

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Rule Summary click for details: General Posting Guidelines click for more info: Thoughts on Kris Gethin’s week daily trainer? I just started today, so I’m a day behind anyone else here who might be doing it, but I’m feeling pretty good about this workout.

One question I have is how much me not taking the recommended supplements besides protein powder will detract from this workout.

You really ought to 21 us to things when you talk about them. I never heard of this program and I can assume very few of us have. My immediate reaction is that it looks like crap for a beginner.

I would not trust bodybuilding.

The site has some decent articles and a great affordable store, but they make a lot of cash through their models, supplement company sponsors, and promoting bro-science. This routine looks overly complex for a beginner and replaces important compound exercises with machines.

Stop what you’re doing and read the wiki! It provides a lot of basic information on exercise and nutrition and has links to high quality, tried and tested routines. Protein powder is just dry milk-byproduct.

You don’t need it unless you have trouble reaching your daily protein goal from your normal diet – ie. I’d say better results. The program he is looking at has really inconsistent scheduling – look at what days are rest days it varies every week. This will create a consistency problem for a new lifter. The progression scheme is non-existent in this routine.

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Look at Day 1 – do 3 sets to failure for leg press reps. The routine is garbage and the OP should focus on learning proper compound movements in low rep ranges with high weights. There is no point in doing leg press 3×50 with only 90lbs – utterly wasteful.

Not to mention, to reiterate, every day of the workout has listed pre and post workout supplements.

You know what you need for a beginner? Oats, chicken, and eggs. Those are supplements he needs. Not “yohibme” and “vitargo” – not when he is just starting out. The whole thing screams of bullshit to sell more product.

Last point for now – look at the transformation photo. Jacked guy who eats clen, trens hard, anavar quits is bloated as shit on the left. On the right he looks exactly the same but cut.

Kris Gethin 12-Week Daily Trainer – Week 1: Day 2 – Chest/Triceps

Because they were likely taken the same day but one photo was taken after he drank a shit ton of diet soda, ate as much crap as he could, drank five bowls of top ramen packets, and swelled up like a disgusting balloon.

I know – I just wanted to make clear how shitty this program is. The more I look through it the angrier I get. The reason I use protein is because I don’t actually feel trauner though I get enough protein from my diet. I take protein after I work out because I’ve been told that that’s the best time to consume nutrition.

I’ve been lifting for about a month and a half; I currently weigh about lb, and my current lifts are:. My hip flexors are too inflexible for me to reach or go below parallel in squats jris lifting my heels and turning my knees outwards or falling backwards. Because of this I have no idea what my squat max is as my form is too insufficient to make an attempt. I’d suggest doing Ice Cream Fitness.

It is a similar barbell program. Your deadlift is good but you need to up your bench. You should be squatting quite a bit by now. The flexibility issue is never going to be fixed if you 1 don’t start squatting and 2 neglect stretching.

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Watch Alan Thrall’s Squatting video, pick up some converse, find getthin good stretching routine, and start squatting as per a program requires ICF is three times a week at a light weight I’d say you might be able to do to start – but follow the program instructions. Thanks for the tips! I’ve been lifting in flat-soled shoes for a while now and it definitely helps.

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Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. It seems to be mainly machine-based so far. Want to add to the discussion? That is just plain fucking stupid. I’ve been lifting for about a month and a half; I currently weigh about lb, and my current lifts are: What workouts from the wiki would you personally recommend?

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