id like to know what routine can i use for building strength and size at the same time please post some thank you
That you can do with any particular workout. Train hard and eat hardy. That is as simple as it gets.
You have to eat to be big and train hard to be stronger.
Have you been working out?
STATS COMING SOON:Age: 29 | Height: 5'10" | Weight: 78KG/ 172LBS| bf: |Years Training:?? | All-natural: Yes|
Chest: | Shoulders: | Upper Arm: | Forearm: |
Waist: |Neck:| Upper Thigh: | Calf: |
Personal Bests: COMING SOON:
Flat Barbell Presses: | Dips: |Wide-grip Palms Away: |
Military Barbell Press: |Barbell Squats: |
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well actually i havent been really working out ive just been praticing good form know i think im ready to start liftin heavy, but i really need to pack on pounds and get strength at the same time and i heard you can only do one at a time well if that aint true how many reps should i do per set 6-8 intense
I dunno who told you that, but you actually get bigger as you get stronger sometimes, they go hand in hand as long as your calorie intake is sufficient. There's a reason big muscles are associated with big power.
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If u want fairly equal gains in strength and mass, then aim for 6-8 reps for all excercises except for legs; for which you should do 10-15 reps.
3 sets per excercise. This is what has worked for me this past year. good luck
ok well i guess im doin a new routine hows this
day 1 chest/tris/shoulders
day 2 legs
day 3 back/biceps