Type: Posts; User: mtownballer20
I've always felt DBs are easier on everything vs barbell for pressing movements.
I would take it as listed on the label.
Yes it is fine to take them together. I would follow the directions; take NitroTech postworkout or as needed and start by taking the recommended minimum for Hydroxycut.
I would recommend trying to...
No need to load, make sure you get 3-5 grams daily until you're saturated then taking it on training days will suffice.
You will gain more muscle sticking to a weight training program and eating in a caloric surplus.
Shoulders are a tough muscle group for most people. Keep hitting them hard, over time they will grow.
I wouldn't. Be careful deadlifting with weird pain/feelings.
I'm sure there are some push up programs out there if that is your only goal.
Ever think about doing weight training? It'll help your push ups.
Look into a strength program and follow that to a T.
Weighted crunches, hanging knee/leg raises, side crunches.
Keep eating in a caloric surplus, you will gain muscle mass if you're gaining strength and continue to gain strength and are training effectively.
Your program isn't bad. Maybe look into a Push/Pull/Legs/Rest routine, so you can hit the gym more frequently. Just ensure you're eating in a caloric surplus (tracking your calories for a period of...
Yep. Your total pounds might go up a couple due to creatine, but its good weight - don't worry about it.
Definitely something you should consider doing. Take 3-5 grams daily until saturation, then taking the dose on workout days will be fine.
How tall are you? If you're lanky, like me, it is quite hard to get them to grow. Know they will me thinner - but keep hitting them hard and they will grow slowly but surely.
Why do you want a smaller badunkadunk? It happens though. Could try to focus on more quad, and isolation work.
Its definitely worth taking. Especially for how cheap you can pick it up for. 3-5 grams daily and you're set.
Protein Powder - as needed through out the day, many take it post workout - doesn't entirely matter.
BCAAs - I prefer sipping on mine intra.
Creatine - use as needed to hit 3-5 grams daily....
No need to load, just get back on taking 3-5 grams daily and you're good to go.
At your age focus on getting a basic understanding on nutrition and training effectively.