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    Wannabe SecretAsianMan's Avatar
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    Irvine, CA

    Routine question

    Here's my plan. I just got me a gym membership and I'm gonna work out 3 days on 1 day off and repeat. I've only worked out my chest day but here's what I figured out. Help me out with the order and removal and adding of excercises:


    Flat Barbell Bench Press : 2 x 6-8 reps
    Flies: 3x8
    Dips : 2 x 6-8 reps
    Low Incline Barbell Press : 2 x 6-8 reps

    Narrow Grip bench Press : 2 x 6-8
    Barbell Extensions: 2x6-8
    Cable Press Downs 2 x 6, 10

    I also have a diet question. I plan on eating 2500+ calories a day. What's a good number to start at and see what happens? I'm at 9.6% bf atm and about 150 if it matters. Also, what should I eat before and after a workout? I know after I'm supposed to eat plenty of protein and carbs, but can someone help me out here? Sorry, I know these questions are asked about 20 times a day. Also, what warming up should i do? I'll do some stretching but should i like jog for a bit or something? I'm really looking to SERIOUSLY get into lifting, and I have alot of spare time on my hands. Let me know about stuff and whatnot.
    Last edited by SecretAsianMan; 05-18-2004 at 11:17 PM.
    Age: 17
    Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 140
    Current Personal Bests
    1x175 BP
    8x205 Squat
    1x245 Deadlift

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    I wannabebig!
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    You could possibly drop the flies from chest just focus on compound lifts... as far as diet goes try eating at 2500 calories and adjust from there, if you arent gaining add an additional 200 calories or so until you are.

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    As I Am Paul Stagg's Avatar
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    THEN set up your routine.
    Squats work better than supplements.
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