ok long story short all my life my brother in law has done stuff to me and picked on me. i am 17 and we live in seperate towns. in 3 months schools out and i am planning on going to see my niece and nefue but he says that he wont let me. i need to get bigger and stronger so i can defend myself when he tries to hit me for trying to see them.
ps: this isnt the only reason i wanna get bigger and stronger. i have wanted to for a really long time and now this has happened i need to get as big and strong as i can in 3 months.
please give me advice on workout programs, sets and reps and advice....also will a 5x5 training program work and if so how many days of the week should i work out...
thanks for your advice and please be serious.
03-15-2010, 08:52 PM #1
3 months to get bigger and stronger.... advice please
03-15-2010, 08:56 PM #2
03-15-2010, 08:59 PM #3
03-16-2010, 06:27 AM #4
You must take the long term view. Do Starting Strength. Buy the book, or you'll probably do it wrong. You'll have to eat a calorie surplus. Milk is the best supplement.
If you want to be able to handle yourself, disregard anything to do with sport fighting. Real fighting has nothing to do with rules. It is about injuring the other guy and sending him to hospital or the morgue. It is not horseplay. Nothing to do with pain or any such nonsense. Adrenalized guys you just pissed off by hurting them will ignore the pain and tear into you. Unless you are fixing to get Darwinized, don't ever look for a fight, or seek out a situation or location where one is likely. To do so is proof that there is no end to human stupidity, and that you are volunteering to be removed from the gene pool.
I used to be 130lbs for years btw. Took a lot longer than three months to get to 215.
03-16-2010, 07:07 AM #5
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