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    Wink need cirtuqie im new :o


    hey im about to start power lifting and im 5'8 15 a hardgainer and 127 lbs my plan is to eat about 4500 calories a day with about 200 grams of protein and 300 carbs and my routine is

    monday:cheat tris delts

    tuesday:rest

    wensday:trap bicep abs

    thursday:rest

    firday:lats and all legs

    saturday:rest

    sunday:lower back abs forarms

    if any1 i can make better or improve plz say so


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    ur doing bodybuilding split not powerlifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brownstown89 View Post
    ur doing bodybuilding split not powerlifting.
    what foods should i eat for pwoer lfiting and what kind of excerises and days sorry i use to body build not use to this thank you if u can reply

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    eat a normal diet high in protien you will need high carbs as well for powerlifting. Dont worry to much about fats. Dont over train.. you need something like this

    Monday- Squat
    Wednesday- Bench
    Friday- Deadlift.

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    check out 5x5 or starting strength for now
    Serious Nutrition Solutions

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekPoop View Post
    check out 5x5 or starting strength for now
    Starting Strength plus a ton of food is probably the best way for a beginner to add size and strength.

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    ^^^
    This. and when you get past that level you split it into the main lifts (i.e. bench, squat, deadlift, military press possibly) best of luck I love training for powerlifting and maxing out is the best gives the most amazing rush when you destroy a PR!

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    you can also workout your whole body each time --start with deadlift then bench then rows then add your assistance exercises and isolation exercises --always the heavy compound exercises should be done first and any smaller muscles worked last.

    switch exercises around but keep it basic --warmup then add weight each set untill you cant make your target reps like 7 reps or less

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