Well, I have finally reached one of my goals in my routine - I have gotten up to 185*6 for incline, and 85 pound dumbells for 6 times on regular bench. I have reached my goal of Pullups (Body Weight + 35 pounds) *7 and on military press 155*6. My routine is as follows:
Mon - Back
Wed - off
Thurs - Legs
the machine where u sit down and push the weight up and down. - forgot the name.
Fri - off
Sat - Shoulders and bis
the exercise where you take two dumbells and with a 30 degree angle in ur arms (extended) bring them up to shoulder level.
Sun - off or start Back again (depends how I feel).
Ok, I have reached several key goals in my lifts - I have been working out since the start of the summer (keep in mind this is strict, I have been doing this routine for years but on and off)- I was 170, now I am 183. My diet is for bulking. I have finished my routine for the week (for the most part) and I KNOW that when I go back, I will not be able to add more weight - for I feel as though I have plateaued. I feel like I should be changing things up, and I was looknig for some good ideas. Second, can someone sum this article up for me, I would like a routine that is very diverse (such as this one) I'm just not sure where to start, or if this has been beneficial for anyone on these boards. Avant Labs I found this link in someone's profile and I could not understand it
Last edited by jcny19x; 11-13-2004 at 01:51 PM.
Oh I just found the forum response by Geoff about it!, Is this more for football player types? Im confused...
On a side note, I now look like I'm pregnant and exhausted...I have just eaten the following from my dining hall; Cheeseburger with bun, 2 (approx) cups of corn, little more than two cups of sliced potatoes, tuna fish salad wrap with lettuce, tomato on whole wheat, 2 cups of milk, 4 cups of water, a little bit more than a burgers worth of pepper steak, several pieces of brocolli and a Fro-yo ice cream cone to top it all off , good bye six pack hello bulk
Last edited by jcny19x; 11-13-2004 at 06:27 PM.
You dont work your triceps?
Oh yea, I am incorporating 2 sets of tris into my chest routine - close grip bench and either shoulders-in-dips or pushdowns...mostly indirect tri work though..Originally Posted by Hockey66
If you have questions about any of my sets, or diet, etc...I'll be happy to share.
Last edited by jcny19x; 11-14-2004 at 10:26 AM.
Yes! I was really proud...my body responded well to it - I had crazy energy last night and I finally felt full, although i did go to a sorority pancake breakfast two hours later, and lets not get into that heheh...Originally Posted by ozzyman
Ok since noone is posting any replies to anything regarding my first post, I have another question for all you hardcore body builders and weight gainers. For two years, I have put on 30 pounds of muscle (I believe its mostly muscle) and I ahve gone from being 6'2'' 150 to 180 pounds. I have a small frame, and the weight is starting to get really heavy on my joints - when I keep moving up in weights. I have been doing this same version of the workout posted for almost 4 yaers now. What the heck can I do to start adding more muscle, and leave my goals in the dust. I am basically alone on this college campus for most of my friends resort to drinking or smoking or playing poker instead of doing the things I feel are important to me like bodybuilding. I have been reading these boards for a long time now, and I just want some suggestions from some smart people on what to do. I would like to find out what is best for me from people who are in my situation - I hope this is not more like a rant but it does feel like im hitting a plateau and I dont think I can stuff my face with all this food anymore. Ok enough back to eating
Anyways, I also just need some support from people who think the same way I do. All I have gotten my whole life is how bodybuilding isnt meant for me (tall, skinny, small frame, long muscles) and I'm trying to prove people (includnig my family) wrong without resorting to AAS or testosterone enhancers.
P.S. Plz don't take this response the wrong way, I am just looking for some positive criticism. Thanks.
Last edited by jcny19x; 11-14-2004 at 04:45 PM.
What exactly are you asking? Do you want a new routine, diet or what?Originally Posted by jcny19x
"I feel like I should be changing things up, and I was looknig for some good ideas. Second, can someone sum this article up for me, I would like a routine that is very diverse (such as this one) I'm just not sure where to start, or if this has been beneficial for anyone on these boards. Avant Labs I found this link in someone's profile and I could not understand it"Originally Posted by Doobs