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Ellington Darden

bobj wrote:
I have read that if someone is older they probably need more protein. How much protein would you recommend for a 65 male who weighs 200lb?


I would keep the protein the same, 80 grams, for a 65 year old man who weighs 200 pounds.

Ellington

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hit4me

Florida, USA

Dr Darden,
i love this video, however i do not follow the 3 exercise routine, i actually follow a 12 exercise pre-ehaustion routine 2x/week
my question to you is this
what is your opinion on splitting the pre-exhaustion routine into compound exercise routine one day a week and an isolation exercise routine on the other day of the week i.e.

day 1
leg press
calf press
rows
chest press
shoulder press
bb curls
tricep dips
db hammer curls for the forearms
leg raises

day 2
leg extensions
leg curls
seated calf
pullovers
flys
side laterals
preacher curls
tricep ex machine
db wrist curls
ab crunches

all one set to failure for about 8-12 reps

thx, dan




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Ellington Darden

Dan,

What you've done looks like a good way to plan your training.

Ellington
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Dr. Darden, do you have an opinion on holding the contraction part of the exercise for about 2 to 4 seconds?

thx, dan
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Ellington Darden

hit4me wrote:
Dr. Darden, do you have an opinion on holding the contraction part of the exercise for about 2 to 4 seconds?

thx, dan


On single-joint rotary movements holding the contracted position for 2 or more seconds makes the exercise harder -- so I'm for it.

Ellington

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