What's the point in going to the gym 6 times a week doing some retarded split routine when you can just go 3 times a week doing only superior full body exercises?
Monday - Full Body
Tuesday - Rest
Wednesday - Full Body
Thursday - Rest
Friday - Fast
Saturday - Rest
Sunday - Full Body
Once you get to really heavy weights, a volume day of squats takes around an hour. Try doing some upper body stuff after that.. For more advanced lifters in my experience, an upper/lower split allows for higher intensity and volume for all muscle groups.
That's the look i'm after anyway , i don't look like a tryhard and women love this look
Hos about ICF 5x5 3x a week, conditioning/wrist/grip/forearms/ABS/core/rotation excersises (coming off an injuries) 3x a week and then Sunday rest.
I want my Numbers higher only 70kg squat for reps, 60kg bench etc. So i do tdee +500 (adjusting every week obv according to progress on the scale).
Then switch to more hypo program in 12 weeks like ppl and cut for summer when it's April or something.
What do u think? 1.80 / 77,7kg faggot asking for advice or critique
Because you Can't really correct muscular and postural imbalances doing only compound excercise.
I'v always maintained on this board that isolations only have 3 main uses:
>Correction of muscular imbalances and postural issues
>For sports specific movements
So there you go anon, Isolations aren't the devil; they do have their uses.
I've only been lifting for about four months now I started out with starting strength but when a friend found out I was lifting after a couple months he got me on a bro split.
I feel like I made a lot more progress on SS than the split. In fact I'm pretty much stalled on most of the weights I was at when I switched to the split from SS with very minimal increases, on top of the fact I'm going five times a week instead of three. And I'm still in DYEL territory which makes the stalling even tougher to handle (benching stalled at 85 pounds for a month now).
Still, my friend invested a lot of time teaching me his routine and all I do is work and lift so I stick with it anyways. I think starting strength helped me more though.
Priminsiu jog mano forma liftinimo nelabai gera manau , tas turbut prideda prie stats.
O siaip tai leg press eina daug- bet ta visi beveik daug stumia nemanau kad impressive bus bet apie 180kg ?
Bench press max buvo 120 kg apie 5 reps gal?
Bicep curls su stanga tai apie 50-55 kg.
Nedarau nei squats nei deads , tingiu ir nerizikuosiu nugara susivaryt tai tiek
MUH RECOVERY. People don't realize that after about 48 hours, you're done growing so it's pointless to annihilate a muscle group once a week unless you're on a shit load of drugs which increases protein synthesis for more than 48 hours.
Hanteliu bench press
Viska po tris setus po tris minutes tarp setu ir gaunas apie valanda saleje. Tris kart per savaite gaunas , nepersistengiu ir nematau reikalo :D
>Reliable, peer reviewed and tested information.
Pick one m8
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>It's all about how often you hit a muscle group
Its about how much strain you put on a muscle fibre that determines the anabolic response of said fibre. If you do 4x10 biceps curls two times a week your likely putting the fibres in your biceps through more strain than if you're doing 4x10 whatever-compound-that-involves-your-bicep two times a week.
Doing just compound is great in it's own way, but people need to stop making claims that it adds more muscle growth or equal that of isolation exercises. It doesn't.
>Stress on the muscle is the only factor in performance.
Doing isolations only is ok if you want to get big but not increase your performance as an athlete, if you want to get strong and be a better athlete; both slower and explosive compounds with isolations for support when needed (based on constant assessment)
Doing a routine of mostly or all compounds is not seen outside the world of bodybuilding m8