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    WBB1 8-10 week reveiw/results.

    Well guys i am wrapping up with WBB1.

    Overall rating: Its OK.

    Its really not the greatest routine i have ever done. No where near in fact. We all react to working out differently, so to say that WBB1 suits everyone would be a lie. While on WBB1 my Strength Soared. But in terms of growth...meh its the only 2 month period where I DID NOT GAIN ANY MASS. Though this may be in part to some cardio which i included 2-3 times a week.
    I feel fitter, but i never got any really noticeable growth out it. Just kinda stayed the same.

    I'm contemplating going back to my old Higher rep less weight + less rest routine, which got me the stunned silence reaction from people who hadnt seen me in a while.

    My old routine really seemed to pump PUMP PUMP my muscles up.

    And actually tonight i did my old routine, and found that i had difficulty completing reps... .... so yeah...

    Nothing ventured nothing gained, it was cool to see my strength soar, but its time for something new where i'm going to see results.

    I'll post up my old routine shortly. and eventually i will post my new routine.
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    So yes here is my old routine. This routine literally got me absolutly jacked! And yes it misses alot of body parts. and no its not great. but it worked. and yes i will tweak and change it if i go back to it.

    This routine took me from a skinny 148lbs to over 175lbs in 6-8 months. with extra food and 1 month on Meta-cel Creatine.

    Flat Bench Press 4x12
    Machine Fly's 4 x 12
    Hammer Curls 4 x 12
    Concentration Curls 4 x 12
    Chin ups: 2 x 4-6 (it was all i could do at the time)
    Pistons: 2 x 24 (its a shoulder exercise from mens health)

    I did this 3-4 times a week and it took me on average 35-40 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy
    So yes here is my old routine. This routine literally got me absolutly jacked! And yes it misses alot of body parts. and no its not great. but it worked. and yes i will tweak and change it if i go back to it.

    This routine took me from a skinny 148lbs to over 175lbs in 6-8 months. with extra food and 1 month on Meta-cel Creatine.

    Flat Bench Press 4x12
    Machine Fly's 4 x 12
    Hammer Curls 4 x 12
    Concentration Curls 4 x 12
    Chin ups: 2 x 4-6 (it was all i could do at the time)
    Pistons: 2 x 24 (its a shoulder exercise from mens health)

    I did this 3-4 times a week and it took me on average 35-40 minutes.
    C'mon man... you can't be serious. I mean this is a fine chest/bi day routine. But, you should seriously consider adding a back/tri day and shoulder/leg day. Your choice though, Good Luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy
    So yes here is my old routine. This routine literally got me absolutly jacked! And yes it misses alot of body parts. and no its not great. but it worked. and yes i will tweak and change it if i go back to it.

    This routine took me from a skinny 148lbs to over 175lbs in 6-8 months. with extra food and 1 month on Meta-cel Creatine.

    Flat Bench Press 4x12
    Machine Fly's 4 x 12
    Hammer Curls 4 x 12
    Concentration Curls 4 x 12
    Chin ups: 2 x 4-6 (it was all i could do at the time)
    Pistons: 2 x 24 (its a shoulder exercise from mens health)

    I did this 3-4 times a week and it took me on average 35-40 minutes.
    Are you kidding me. This is about the worst routine i've seen on here yet. Give me a break man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy
    So yes here is my old routine. This routine literally got me absolutly jacked! And yes it misses alot of body parts. and no its not great. but it worked. and yes i will tweak and change it if i go back to it.

    This routine took me from a skinny 148lbs to over 175lbs in 6-8 months. with extra food and 1 month on Meta-cel Creatine.

    Flat Bench Press 4x12
    Machine Fly's 4 x 12
    Hammer Curls 4 x 12
    Concentration Curls 4 x 12
    Chin ups: 2 x 4-6 (it was all i could do at the time)
    Pistons: 2 x 24 (its a shoulder exercise from mens health)

    I did this 3-4 times a week and it took me on average 35-40 minutes.
    This takes the cake for the worst routine ever posted on WBB. And that's a damn hard position to take.
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    One reason that your mass gains may have slowed is you may now be out of the newbie phase. That means no more quick, easy "newbie gains." Along w/ you weights you need to examine you diet if you truly want to gain.

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    Your old routine sucks.

    No leg work whatsoever, very little back work and no tricep work. Almost all chest and biceps, making it look like your typical curl jockey routine. Just my $0.02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockey66
    Your old routine sucks.

    No leg work whatsoever, very little back work and no tricep work. Almost all chest and biceps, making it look like your typical curl jockey routine. Just my $0.02.
    werd, i see no compounds cept for maybe the chest exercise
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    Well I wont critizie your old routine but I will suggest that you evaluate just how much you gained in strengh... as well as how long it took you to get there. If your lifting for size and mass then go for hypertrophy with higher reps and lower weights.

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    Diet has more to do with growth then a routine. Good luck with the curl and chest routine, you will look awesome with twiggy legs and swole arms.

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    LOL, yeah guys if its so bad then why did i get such great results. On paper it may look bad but my body responded. When i first started this i had no idea what to do, and this routine is what i started to do, with alomost no breaks/rest in between. I already stated that it misses alot of body parts and if i do go back to it that i will tweak/revise it.
    And beleive me, i love working out the legs so there will be a specific day for that.

    And yeah i feel that a higher rep workout will give me the best results.
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    If you gained strength but no mass on WBB1 then you didnt eat enough, period.

    If you went from 148 to 175 or whatever it was then i got a news flash for you, your daily caloric needs went up. If youre eating the same as it took you to get there then you cant expect to keep gaining at the same rate without steadily increasing your calories. That combined with you probably being out of your newbie gain phase is probably why you didnt gain mass. Whether you gain or lose "weight" is 100% diet. Whether you gain muscle or not is a combination of diet and lifting. You were doing WBB1, so you obviously had one of those dialed in correctly. So what does that leave? You be the judge.
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    ^^^ LOL, yeah and i look great. I think that takes the cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy
    ^^^ LOL, yeah and i look great. I think that takes the cake.

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    A fool and his gains are soon parted...
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    It's ok to have chicken legs..... if you are a prepubescent girl.

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    I'm going to just save everyone a lot of grief. Roddy, your routine isn't terrible, but it SUCKS if you're doing it exclusively. You're going to plateau. Swallow your pride and listen to the people here. A lot of them have been at this for 10+ years. And THEY have made size gains. They know their stuff. Be patient my young Padawan.
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    I was always under the impression that it was spelled "Paduan"...? Maybe I'm just a bad starr wors speler?

    Roddy: do you really trust things you read in Men's Health Magazine?? They're sort of wack. I mean, they'll probably tell you to do something crazy, like to hit the bi's and chest 3-4 times a week..
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    Thanks for the replies so far guys.

    I do listen to the people here. And i'm pretty new to this.
    But i can tell when something workes over a 8-10 week period and when it does not.

    I have varied my program extensivly.

    And am working on two specific body parts on each workout day, with a specific day for leg. I'm using lower weights and higher reps. I can tell you in 3 weeks i have made gains, and maybe the 8 weeks of WBB1 layed the framework for it. I am up 3lbs as of today over a month ago. Gains i had not seen in a while. I really swear by the Hypertrophy take on weight lifting. For me it just pumps me up, and gets me cut.

    Thanks for the input. i know my routine wasnt great, but the higher reps are what my body responds too. and that is something i would not have learned if i did not try the heavy weight low rep set up. so thanks!

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