Pumping Iron - Iraq Edition Part III: The Workouts.

With limited resources and time it became an ordeal to make workout programs that would thoroughly hit each muscle group. Here is what the team came up with. Read on and try them out, if you dare!

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With limited resources and time, it became something of an ordeal to construct workout programs that would thoroughly hit each muscle group. In the end, here is what the team came up with. Now some may argue that these workouts use an excessive number of sets and may be construed as overtraining. This is absolute nonsense, given the team's sheer results in mass and power.

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Results Speak For Themselves.


Justin Cole's Massive Back Workout:

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Pull-ups.


James Mace's Stronghold Shoulder Workout:

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Seated Press.


Legs Of Power Workout:

    Huge emphasis must be placed concerning proper form on legs routines. This is particularly true concerning Squats and Leg Presses. It is critical that the legs remain in alignment and that one goes deep enough. Deep enough is when the backs of the legs are parallel to the floor, the legs forming a 45-degree angle. The legs act like a giant spring, reaching their maximum potential at this angle. Any less puts horrible strain on the knees.


Don LaMott's Big Chest Workout:

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Bench Press.


Strong Arm Workout:

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Way To go Guys!

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