The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. #1
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    "Bulk routines to choose" wich?

    Trying to look for a good bulk routine,
    ive got this 3 ones so far pliz, check them critiquize them hardly, and if youve got a better one just post it, but pliz be franct.
    If not tell me which one its better and why, or what does it has good or bad thanks a lot

    1st one:
    check this link:
    http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/magaz...t%20levlel.htm

    2nd one:
    chest/shoulders
    Flat Bench press 3 sets
    Incline dumbell press 3 sets
    Flat flyes 2 sets
    Military press 3 sets
    lateral raises 2 sets

    back/traps
    bent over barbell rows 3 sets
    pullups (palms facing foward and weighted if it can be done over 10 reps) 2 sets
    deadlifts 3 sets
    one armed dumbell rows 2 sets
    Shrugs

    rest

    legs
    Normal squats 3 sets
    lunges 3 sets
    hack squats 2 sets
    Stiff legged deadlifts 2 sets
    Weighted calf raises 3 sets

    arms
    barbell curls 3 sets
    hammer curls 2 sets
    Incline curls 2 sets
    Close-grip Bench press 3 sets
    Skull crushers 2 sets
    Tricep pushdowns 2 sets


    rest
    rest


    3rd: (given by the same person of the 2nd)

    chest/triceps
    Flat Bench press 3 sets
    Incline dumbell press 3 sets
    Flat flyes 2 sets
    Close-grip Bench press 3 sets
    Skull crushers 2 sets (alternate with tricep pressdowns)

    back/biceps
    bent over barbell rows 3 sets
    pullups (palms facing foward and weighted if it can be done over 10 reps) 2 sets
    deadlifts 3 sets
    barbell curls 3 sets
    hammer curls 2 sets (alternate with incline curls)

    rest

    legs
    Normal squats 3 sets
    lunges 3 sets
    hack squats 2 sets
    Stiff legged deadlifts 2 sets
    Weighted calf raises 3 sets

    shoulders/traps
    Military press 3 sets
    lateral raises 2 sets
    Bent over lateral raises 2 sets
    Upright rows 3 sets
    Shrugs 3 sets

    rest
    rest

    thanks

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  3. #2
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    Anyone???!

  4. #3
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    I use the 3rd combo myself at the moment and I've seen good gains so far
    -=-* Losers make excuses - winners make it happen *-=-

  5. #4
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    I have also been using a routine that looks very similar to 3, and seen amazing gains. I really like the back/bicep combo--just because I find that through working back I use a ton of bicep. I'd also have to say that my bulking phase is more about eating a ton of food day in and day out, but thats mainly because of a over-active metabolism. Just remember that a good routine is only a fraction of what must go into a bulking phase.--

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