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Gavin- wroteWatch your back on the curls man just do it slow and controlled even if u have to lower the weight also extend the tricep.

WHATEVER IT TAKES RIGHT BABE?!?!?!

My routine is pretty much the same as yours chest back , arms shoulders , legs, all twice a week also include some abs and a bit of cardio depends.


my calories atm are around 3k still bulking clean enough

Supplements :

MyProtein : Impact Whey Protein : Chocolate Peanut Butter( YOU HAVE TO TRY THIS IF YOU LIKE PEANUT BUTTER!!)


MyProtein : Creatine : watermelon flavour

MyProtein : BCAA : blue rasberry

For pre workout I either use coffee or a sugar free monster.

here is the link to that protein I was on about ,

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I hate anything to do with peanut butter in shakes lol even when i take my protein shake i have to mix it with icecream lol cus i dont like the taste on its own
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I run a ppl but a self modified version of it.

Back and bi's (push)

Chest, tris, and shoulders (pull)

And of course legs. (legs)

One day is spent on strength while the other is for hypertrophy. I tend to do a lot of volume on hypertrophy days since I like the pump. This June will be my first full year of straight lifting.

As for supplements the only thing I take is whey protein.
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I'm blessed with high metabolism so I don't have to watch my diet at all. Chad Johnson says you don't need a diet if your work hard enough.

A good and fun leg / cardio workout is hooping up at the park for a few hours, run some games.

I don't have a gym membership I wish I did.

I settle with using dumbbells I have in my house and I look up various dumbbell exercises for the whole body.
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NCAAFootball13 wroteI'm blessed with high metabolism so I don't have to watch my diet at all. Chad Johnson says you don't need a diet if your work hard enough.

A good and fun leg / cardio workout is hooping up at the park for a few hours, run some games.

I don't have a gym membership I wish I did.

I settle with using dumbbells I have in my house and I look up various dumbbell exercises for the whole body.


Same i have a very high metabolism but i hate it when people say its more about ur diet than training because thats not the case at all lol

i have dumbbells at my work lol
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Monday - Push (Chest/Shoulder/Tri)
Tuesday - Pull (Back/Bi)
Wednesday - Legs
Thursday - (Chest/Shoulder/Tri)
Friday - (Back/Bi)
Saturday - Legs
Sunday - Rest


It's good to workout twice a week according to studies, after working out a certain body part you should give it 48 hours to recover, that's how I scheduled my weeks. But as everyone said from before, slower reps because you are using a lot of momentum to lift. Keep grinding bro.
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Good type of push pull method
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Usually my schedule is just treadmill for 30-45 minutes everyday excluding saturday and sunday, can't really be asked to get into muscle building and etc until I'm finished school.
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Gaps wroteMonday - Push (Chest/Shoulder/Tri)
Tuesday - Pull (Back/Bi)
Wednesday - Legs
Thursday - (Chest/Shoulder/Tri)
Friday - (Back/Bi)
Saturday - Legs
Sunday - Rest


It's good to workout twice a week according to studies, after working out a certain body part you should give it 48 hours to recover, that's how I scheduled my weeks. But as everyone said from before, slower reps because you are using a lot of momentum to lift. Keep grinding bro.


I like to corporate both cheat reps and slow reps into my plan since certain studies have shown they do help strength wise etc. I mostly do cheat reps (power shrugs etc) with my traps since they grow with heavy load (upwards of 1000+ lbs)
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Some very different routines then what I usually see, may have to try some out lol.
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Really interesting to read everyones routines and the supplements that they are taking.

I don't have a set schedule on what I train each day. I try to change it up each week since I find that my first two training days of the week I am strongest.

For supplements I just use my aminos and some protein for when I don't consume enough protein throughout the day from my meals.

I see a lot of people saying that they use creatine. I just want to remind everyone to drink lots of water when taking creatine because it can be really hard on your body if you dont.
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