Type: Posts; User: Partyrocking
Gyno usually resolves itself.
The difference will be the weights that you use, the progression between workouts, and how you lift the weight.
The 5x5 will be heavy (80+% 1RM), and you'll try to add 5-10lbs each week depending...
You'd be better off training all of your lifts 2-3 times a week.
If your focus is size, try something like ICF 5x5 or The Warrior Routine.
If your focus is strength, try one of the novice...
It would help to know more about you, like your weight, and how much you can lift, but there's a 99% chance that you aren't advanced enough to need an arm day to begin with.
PHUL is an upper/lower with strength and hypertrophy days. PHAT is similar, but has an extra hypertrophy day to allow for more volume.
I don't think one (volume or frequency) is inherently better...
I'm not sure how this is a DUP. For the entire week, you have squat = strength, bench= hypertrophy, and deadlift = power. Isn't the whole point of a DUP that it changes through out the week, e.g. one...
Eat what you like post workout, srs.
2lbs/month is the fastest I'd go. You may want to try 1800 instead.
Somatypes are just bs psychological profiles. Just start on a decent beginners routine, like Stronglifts, and lose some weight.
If you feel like you need a rest day, take one. If not, then don't worry about it.
You can use straps. You can also try doing romanian deadlifts.
IMO, not really. It's fine as a warmup or a corrective exercise, but side lying clam raises and x-band walks would likely be more useful.
Actually, you would be best off with a solid routine that...
What kind of pad are you using? I would go with an extra thick hampton pad if you're using a regular one, or an airex pad.
To fix this, I would just rotate the split around, so legs, push, pull, legs, push ... pull, legs, push, pull, legs ...
No one with a conscious will do that for you because you'll end up needing surgery to fix yourself afterwards.
Follow a proper routine and train your whole body. If you only focus on your chest, you'll jack up your shoulders and have **** posture.
Which type of training improved your lifts the fastest? That's a better indicator of progress than whether or not you were sore the next day.
I'd do legs-push-pull repeat if you want a six day...
I would take out some of the pulldowns/rows and get in some pulls from below, e.g. deadlifts or block pulls.