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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 5:03 am 
http://www.simplyshredded.com/lazar-angelov.html


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Current Routine:


Day one: Chest/Abs

Flat Bench 4×8
Incline Bench 4×8
Decline Bench 4×8
Pullover 4×8
Hammer Press 3×8
Dips 3x failure
Weighted Sit Up 4x failure
Hanging Leg Raise- 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure

Day two: Back/Traps

Bent Over Row 4×8
Deadlift 4×8
Pulldowns 4×8
Pull Ups 4×8
Cable Row 4×8
Shrugs 6×10

Day three: Delts/Forearms/Abs

Military Press Behind The Neck 3×8
Machine Press 4×8
Lateral Raises 4×8
Weight Plate Front Raises 4×10
Dumbbell Front Raises 4×8
Reverse Pec Deck 4×10
Reverse Fly’s (on incline bench) 4×8
Weighted Sit Ups 4x failure
Hanging Leg Raises 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure
Side Crunches 4x failure
Wrist Curl Behind Back 4x failure
Reverse Wrist Curl Over Bench 4x failure

Day four: Triceps/Biceps

Close Grip Bench Press 4×8
Pushdowns 4×8
EZ Bar Skull Crushers 4×10
Cable Kickbacks 4×8
EZ Bar Curls 4×8
Wide Grip Curls 4×8
Hammer Curls 4×8 (each hand)
Concentration Curls 4×8

Day five: Legs/Abs

Squats 4×12
Squat (to bench) 4×12
Bulgarian Squat 4×12
Quad Extensions 4×16
Stiff Leg Deadlift 4×12
Leg Curls 4×16
Glute Kickbacks 4×20
Calf Machine Raises 4×20
Seated Calf Raises 4×20
Leg Press Calf Raises 4×20
Weighted Sit up 4x failure
Air Bike 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure
Barbell Twists 4x failure


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 6:10 am 
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http://www.simplyshredded.com/lazar-angelov.html


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Current Routine:


Day one: Chest/Abs

Flat Bench 4×8
Incline Bench 4×8
Decline Bench 4×8
Pullover 4×8
Hammer Press 3×8
Dips 3x failure
Weighted Sit Up 4x failure
Hanging Leg Raise- 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure

Day two: Back/Traps

Bent Over Row 4×8
Deadlift 4×8
Pulldowns 4×8
Pull Ups 4×8
Cable Row 4×8
Shrugs 6×10

Day three: Delts/Forearms/Abs

Military Press Behind The Neck 3×8
Machine Press 4×8
Lateral Raises 4×8
Weight Plate Front Raises 4×10
Dumbbell Front Raises 4×8
Reverse Pec Deck 4×10
Reverse Fly’s (on incline bench) 4×8
Weighted Sit Ups 4x failure
Hanging Leg Raises 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure
Side Crunches 4x failure
Wrist Curl Behind Back 4x failure
Reverse Wrist Curl Over Bench 4x failure

Day four: Triceps/Biceps

Close Grip Bench Press 4×8
Pushdowns 4×8
EZ Bar Skull Crushers 4×10
Cable Kickbacks 4×8
EZ Bar Curls 4×8
Wide Grip Curls 4×8
Hammer Curls 4×8 (each hand)
Concentration Curls 4×8

Day five: Legs/Abs

Squats 4×12
Squat (to bench) 4×12
Bulgarian Squat 4×12
Quad Extensions 4×16
Stiff Leg Deadlift 4×12
Leg Curls 4×16
Glute Kickbacks 4×20
Calf Machine Raises 4×20
Seated Calf Raises 4×20
Leg Press Calf Raises 4×20
Weighted Sit up 4x failure
Air Bike 4x failure
Side Bends 4x failure
Barbell Twists 4x failure


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Whoa...

Guy's fucking fit!

Tempted to try that workout myself...

Seems like a lot, though.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 12:24 pm 
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I don't trust people who takes phone pictures of themselves... :-D

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 2:41 am 
GoldenBoy wrote:
I don't trust people who takes phone pictures of themselves... :-D



There is a lot of other good workout article and infomation on this site. Lazar is one of the fitness pro featured.

http://www.simplyshredded.com/


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2014 7:19 am 
Lazar Angelov has really awesome body specially abs,.
I love the shape of his abs and his workout that shared above is really hard and great,.
Thanks for sharing such useful workout routine here,.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 6:27 am 
GlennMarsh wrote:
Lazar Angelov has really awesome body specially abs,.
I love the shape of his abs and his workout that shared above is really hard and great,.
Thanks for sharing suchuseful workout routine here,.

what is your routine,.?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:20 pm 
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GlennMarsh wrote:
GlennMarsh wrote:
Lazar Angelov has really awesome body specially abs,.
I love the shape of his abs and his workout that shared above is really hard and great,.
Thanks for sharing suchuseful workout routine here,.

what is your routine,.?


Are you asking yourself?? :D

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:58 pm 
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Writing out and focusing on his workout plan (which I highly doubt is this systematic) misses the overwhelming importance of his diet. Both exercise and diet are important, but there's so much more leeway with the workout you choose to do.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2015 7:54 am 
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Lazar Angelov wikipedia i got into it when I was really young, maybe 10-years old. Back then I loved watching action movies and I wanted to be like the action heroes in them. I admired Jean-Claude Van Damme, I wanted to be like him when I grow up (laughs). Then I got into basketball and practiced for 8 years, while lifting weights at the same time. After that I got called to the Army and when I came back from it I was out of shape, due to that 9-month pause. I played 2 or 3 more years for professional teams in our 1st and 2nd Division, but a chronic knee injury limited my performance and around 2005 I retired from basketball for good and the only thing I had left to do was bodybuilding. Soon after that, in 2006, I competed in the National Championship for Classic Bodybuilding and finished 3rd, which was great success for me at the time, given the lack of experience and the short time for preparation I had then. I really believe that persistence and discipline, which my basketball coaches taught me, helped me a lot to develop that quickly in bodybuilding. I have always been very disciplined and have had a professional attitude toward sports. I always put it in front of everything else in my life. And that hasn’t changed!

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