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    How many times should i workout my bicep ,chest,tricep,shulders....in a week?

    How many times should i workout my bicep ,chest,tricep,shulders....in a week?
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    well really it depends how experienced you are. for beginners you should only train those muscles once a week. as you gain the ability to recover faster you can start training the body 2-3 times a week.
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    Originally Posted by ARod44 View Post
    well really it depends how experienced you are. for beginners you should only train those muscles once a week. as you gain the ability to recover faster you can start training the body 2-3 times a week.
    I disagree. Beginners should hit everything 2 or 3 times a week, as the weight they're lifting is low, it won't impair their recovery that much. As you get more advanced, you have to cut on frequency (I still think you could hit every muscle 2x a week unless you're at an IFBB pro stage) since you'll be lifting heavier weights, making your body take more time to recover.
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    Originally Posted by Bruno93 View Post
    I disagree. Beginners should hit everything 2 or 3 times a week, as the weight they're lifting is low, it won't impair their recovery that much. As you get more advanced, you have to cut on frequency (I still think you could hit every muscle 2x a week unless you're at an IFBB pro stage) since you'll be lifting heavier weights, making your body take more time to recover.
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    Starting Strength. Then when you can't do that move to Madcow 5x5. After you get all the gains you can from that program then I would use a bodybuilder style split. If you don't do that though make sure to squat and deadlift on a regular basis. If your squat improves all your other lifts will improve as well because the squat release more HGH than any other weight training movement.
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    Originally Posted by theclaybear View Post
    Starting Strength. Then when you can't do that move to Madcow 5x5. After you get all the gains you can from that program then I would use a bodybuilder style split. If you don't do that though make sure to squat and deadlift on a regular basis. If your squat improves all your other lifts will improve as well because the squat release more HGH than any other weight training movement.
    Judging by the topic title he is a typical idiot who doesn't work legs so you wasted your precious typing on him D:
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    Originally Posted by theclaybear View Post
    Starting Strength. Then when you can't do that move to Madcow 5x5. After you get all the gains you can from that program then I would use a bodybuilder style split. If you don't do that though make sure to squat and deadlift on a regular basis. If your squat improves all your other lifts will improve as well because the squat release more HGH than any other weight training movement.
    That very same HGH release is pretty much negligible.
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    Originally Posted by Bruno93 View Post
    I disagree. Beginners should hit everything 2 or 3 times a week, as the weight they're lifting is low, it won't impair their recovery that much. As you get more advanced, you have to cut on frequency (I still think you could hit every muscle 2x a week unless you're at an IFBB pro stage) since you'll be lifting heavier weights, making your body take more time to recover.
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    Did not mention legs in there but I recommend SS which has a sticky in this section. Best decision I made since starting.
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    Originally Posted by Bruno93 View Post
    I disagree. Beginners should hit everything 2 or 3 times a week, as the weight they're lifting is low, it won't impair their recovery that much. As you get more advanced, you have to cut on frequency (I still think you could hit every muscle 2x a week unless you're at an IFBB pro stage) since you'll be lifting heavier weights, making your body take more time to recover.
    what you're failing to recognize is that your muscles are going to recover faster and faster as you've been lifting longer. you should not cut frequency as you get more advanced; you should increase it. i've experimented with this; i always get better results when i increase frequency. this summer i've tried training twice a day and the results have been incredible. when i haven't been lifting for a while, though, i will only train my body once a week for the first few weeks because when they haven't been trained muscles will take longer to recover. and it worked pretty damn well for me. check my results.
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