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    Senior Member flake's Avatar
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    ok I have 12 weeks more or less to the day till I start my second year of uni. I'm aiming for another 20lbs by then, which at almost 2lbs a week may seem a lot but what the hell, you'll never reach the sky if you never aim high eh

    Training

    4 day split, spread over three workouts p/week

    Chest & Biceps
    Incline Bench Press x 4/5
    Flat D/Bell Press x 3
    Low Inc Fly x 3
    ---
    Barbell Curls x 3
    Reverse Curls x 2

    Legs
    Squat x 5
    Leg Press x 3
    Leg Ext x 2
    Leg Curls x 3

    Shoulders & Triceps
    Standing b/bell shoulder press x 4
    Upright Rows x 3
    Standing Frontal Raises x 2
    ---
    French Press x 4
    Overhead Rope Press x 3

    Back
    Deadlifts x 5
    Pull Ups x 3
    Close Grip Pull Downs x 3
    Bent Over Laterals x 3

    Diet
    Everything and anything

    Supplementation
    A serving of N-Large in litre of milk postworkout
    half the time I have no idea what you're talking about. the other half, I'm not listening.

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    Senior Member flake's Avatar
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    09/07/01: t-20lbs

    Training
    Felt a bit lousy as I've been a bit slack the past couple of weeks (coming back from uni). Rejoined my home gym, got told I was looking bigger by the owner

    Inc BP
    50k x 12, 50k x 12, 60k x 8, 70k x 4

    Flat D/Bell Press
    20k x 10, 22.5k x 6, 25k x 2

    Low Inc Fly
    17.5k x 8, 20k x 4, 15k x 8

    Barbell Curls
    30 x 10, 35 x 6, 35 x 4

    Diet
    Going well, didn't get up till 2pm so had a large bowl of pasta and headed straight for the gym. So far I've had my post wkout shake and a meal of steak & pasta, mmmm.
    half the time I have no idea what you're talking about. the other half, I'm not listening.

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    With the exception of the leg extensions, I think your routine looks really solid.

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