Been thinking of doing this routine:
You guys think this is enough or should I be lifting more often? I am looking to gain more mass but not sure if I should add in more days.
Thread: Lifting 3 times a week enough?
03-27-2012, 10:16 AM #1
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03-27-2012, 10:34 AM #3
and instead of back/tris and chest/bis you should do chest/tris and back/bis becasue all of the chest compund movements you do wokr the tris ex Benchpress
and same for back and bis, ex latpulldowns/pullups
and than you can endoff your chest workout with a few sets of an isolation movement for tris( same for back and bis)Started here in 2012 at 16, I was dumb and IGNORANT. I Apologize, I WILL build my rep up.
03-27-2012, 10:43 AM #4
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03-27-2012, 11:04 AM #7
Training 3day per week is perfect. Good balance between work and rest. But, as Rasse said, higher frequency is the key. Follow a full body routine. A muscle fiber just need 2-3 days to recover. If you train it once every 7 days, you are wasting 4 days.
Babylover's version of SS
Allpro's beginner routine
Are good routine. You might also want to look for ws4sb(west side for skinny bastard).☆ ☆ QUEBEC CREW ☆ ☆
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03-27-2012, 11:06 AM #8
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03-27-2012, 11:20 AM #11Upper/Lower routine used during football offseason:
Day 1- BB BP 5 sets, Rows 3 sets, Military Press 3 sets, Pull Ups 2 sets
Day 2- Squat 5 sets, Deadlift 2 sets, Front Squat 3 sets, Box Jumps 2 sets
Day 3- REST
Day 4- Military Press 5 sets, Rows 3 sets, BB BP 3 sets, Pull Ups 1-2 sets
Day 5- Deadlift 4 sets, Squat 3 sets, Front Squat 2 sets, Box Jumps 2 setsThis post is Natypes approved.
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