|01-15-2008, 10:13 PM||#1|
Crème De La Crème
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Best way to bulk up?
What in your opinion is the best ways/techniques to bulk up?
|01-16-2008, 12:03 AM||#3|
The silent poster
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high protein diet, push ups....maybe? thats what i think but im sure better informed people here will give great advise in witch i could learn more to. but i would think high protein diet is key
|01-16-2008, 01:27 PM||#6|
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|01-17-2008, 08:58 AM||#8|
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Personally I've found a great way to bulk up my arms and I'm fairly sure it would work for other body parts if you changed the exercise.
I do the following and saw results after a weeks training.
dumbbell bicep curling:
12 reps of 16 pounds , 10 second break, 12 reps of 22 pounds , 10 second break, 12 reps 28 pounds, 10 second break, 12 reps of 33 pounds , 15 second break, 10 reps 44 pounds, 15 second break, 4 reps of 55 pounds each arm.
Have a 30 second break then work your way back down.
I'm sure the same training method could be used with bench press, shoulder press, anything really.
Add that training routine to a high protein diet and should see results.
Or there's always just doing weights of any kind at a high weight/low rep.
|01-17-2008, 09:28 AM||#9|
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protein clean cut beaf and pork, chicken, turkey, fish, eggs etc
good fats like nuts, almons, olive oil, fatty fish eat
build your program aroung compund lifts squat,deadlift,chins/downpull,militarypress and benchpress, get enough sleep/rest and live healthy( dont get wasted all the time)
anyway youl probably get a lot better help at bodybuilding sites
|01-17-2008, 02:05 PM||#10|
Walk's On Water
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Increase your amount of calories. Eat 1.5g's of protein per pound you weigh about 50 g's of fat and try and hit around 3000-3500 calories a day. Eat lean meats like chicken turkey and seafood. Make sure you have a good amount of carbs as well.
Lifting weights helps, stick to compound movements= Bench Press, Squat, Military Press, Deadlift and Rows
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