Help with training

  1. Help with training


    Hi all, looking for a little advise;
    I have been bulking for the past 4 weeks 90% clean diet and will keep it going for another 4/6 weeks. I have still kept some definition on my chest, shoulders, arms and legs, my problem is my back, even when I dropped15lbs my back was still looking a bit chubby, are there any specific exercises,workouts or routines that I could follow to get a better shape to my back? I have a nice width to my back but would like more shape. Routine at the mo........ Deadlift 12,10,8,8. various grip pulldown 12,10,8,8,. various grip pullups to failure. Seated row 12,10,8,8 and 1/2 different back machines. I take all the usuals Protein, Halo, Vitamins. Any help would be great.....Height 5'5" Weight 170lbs


  2. Halo is what exactly?

  3. It's by Muscletect, post workout for recovery
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  4. What does the rest of your training look like? While spot reduction is baloney, an increase in muscle mass with a concurrent decrease in total body fat will go a long way. If you're training properly you will see whole body changes.

    Also, get bent over/prone rows in your life and drop the machine/cable work for the most part.

    While I'm at it, how long have you been training (total as well as current training plan)?

  5. I,ve been training for about 3 and a half to 4 years, Started out quite heavy and have seen a huge difference over all in body shape, just can't seem to get the deffinition in the back. I will start the exercises you mentioned and drop the machine sets.
    Thanks for your input
  

  
 

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