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I don't lose any of my mass during a deficit.
I gain mass even if I bulk or maintain or even eat at a deficit.
Look at the Hodgetwins, they eat like 2300 calories when they bulk, just like they...
Personal preference. You can get strong on both. You can get size on both. I prefer PPL :)
I probably need more time before I'll say anything. But I'll make sure people will know. Guess it's something people really are interested to hear about.
I have gained from 167lbs to 217 lbs, and I still lift like a noob, weight-wise. I recently started focusing on strength just to see if there's a difference in gains.
I kind of prove that strength...
Traditional on back days and sumo on leg day
Try both front squats and back squats.
No, it's not called leg press.
Squats because they are extremely stressing for my body. I always curl up like a rape victim in the shower feeling like crap after squatting.
remove cable crossovers and add a compound there instead.
A progressive song from Sons of Anarchy that makes you wanna hit the iron once it starts.
After a steady meal, I find coffee to suit me better. Way better..
In cold Sweden we eat more garlic. Flue doesn't really hit me or people I know who abide the garlic :-B
I would lower the weights and increase repetitions. Let your body get used to the movements, and then increase weight as you can handle the reps better. Aim for 8reps. Once you go over 8, add more...
Upper/lower is 4 days
my favorite routine fo sho
As an ecto, never ignore compound movements! Not that anyone should.
This is a more recommended split that will make you grow, don't forget to eat too.
I had the same problem at a gym which led me to start going barbells only. Now I am so happy I did that, love them!
placebo is very effective.
When following the basic 3-day split, how are you supposed to increase in weights? 5lbs per week or just try to push as often as you can?
I would say it's more of a calorie thingy to gain.
I am a living proof that if you eat much you can gain mass and muscle regardless of much high the numbers are on the dumbbells and plates you...