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Old 06-03-2010, 02:19 PM #1
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This is my weekly workout, tell me what you think the purpose for it is to bulk up, most of the basic exercises really to be honest.

Tue - Chest/Triceps

Bench Press/Dumbbell Press
Incline Bench/Dumbells
Decline Dumbbell Press
Flat Flies
Incline Flies

Straight Bar Pushdowns
Dumbbell Kickbacks
Weighted Bench Dips

Thur - Back/Biceps

Wide Grip Pull Ups
Deadlifts(when i can be arsed for the trauma)/T-Bar RowZ/Bent Over Rows
Lateral Pulldowns
One Arm Dumbbell Rows
Barbell Shrugs
Hyperextentions

EZ Bar Bicep Curls/Preacher Curls
DB Concentration Curls
DB Hammer Curls

Saturday/Sunday - Shoulder, Abs, Legs
Side Lateral Raise
Dumbbell Shoulder Press
Upright RowZ - EZ Bar
Bent Over Lateral Raise

Squats/Leg Press/Romanian Squats(dumbbell)
Leg Curls(up)
Leg Curls(down)
Calf Raises
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Old 06-03-2010, 03:14 PM #2
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Pretty solid. Id probably go a little harder on shoulders and tris but overall pretty solid. Ever tried doing arnold press for shoulders? I started doing it like 2 months ago and my shoulders are bigger than ever
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Old 06-03-2010, 03:18 PM #3
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What are your stats and how new are you to lifting? cuase you seem to have a VERY large volume.
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Old 06-03-2010, 05:34 PM #4
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Pretty solid. Id probably go a little harder on shoulders and tris but overall pretty solid. Ever tried doing arnold press for shoulders? I started doing it like 2 months ago and my shoulders are bigger than ever
Thanks, yeah i used to do Arnold Press, but i changed it to dumbbell press so i could lift heavier, i am thinking of adding another heavy lifting exercise to the shoulders, don't know which one goes with db presses though.

squirrel, what you mean?
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Old 06-03-2010, 05:36 PM #5
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How tall are you/what weight.

How much lifting experience do you have?

You appear to be doing a LOT; lots of sets, lots of exercsies etc.


If youre starting out you'd be better served doing Rippetoes or Madcows Starting Strength programs.
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Old 06-03-2010, 05:47 PM #6
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6 ft 3, about 77 kg in weight.

I been pumping about 3 years now but i lost sooo much weight last year due to an accident and was basically left super skinny and all muscle gone. Not too bad now though
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How tall are you/what weight.

How much lifting experience do you have?

You appear to be doing a LOT; lots of sets, lots of exercsies etc.


If youre starting out you'd be better served doing Rippetoes or Madcows Starting Strength programs.
What advice would you personally give for bulking up and being huge.
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What advice would you personally give for bulking up and being huge.
Read Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe.

Edit:
Or just read this thread:
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What are your rep ranges?
Why no deadlifts?
Why no Back Squats?
Why are you doing so little for shoulders?
Why aren't you doing barely any BB exercises?

I'd lose the 3 day split and do Mon-Friday and take Saturday and Sunday off.

I'd do Chest, Back, Legs and Shoulders on their own day and do Bi's and Tri's together.

Throw in abs with every workout.


Couple that with eating a lot and you'll get huge.
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What advice would you personally give for bulking up and being huge.
The part that I said last; read up and start on Rippetoes Starting Strength.
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