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    Bulking routines


    Looking for some routines to gain size can you guys help me out with some routines for the week ,

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    http://www.**********************/wor...t-workout.html

    one i have been doing this week. like it so far but nothing special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick96826 View Post
    Looking for some routines to gain size can you guys help me out with some routines for the week ,
    What have you been doing for workouts?

    Generally, to gain more muscle, you'll need to change the routine around to focus on training the muscle in a different way.
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    Elephant in the room: bulking is more about nutrition than training. There isn't a specific bulking or cutting routine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Elephant in the room: bulking is more about nutrition than training. There isn't a specific bulking or cutting routine.
    Agree, ^
    What did Arnold say...
    "BBing is 80% nutrition". Well maybe not that high HA HA HA...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Elephant in the room: bulking is more about nutrition than training. There isn't a specific bulking or cutting routine.
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    Jump on the "Eat more: 7 Day routine"
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    What do you mean ?
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    Bad joke..I apologize. I was trying to reiterate what the posters before me mentioned about diet. It doesn't matter what training program you're on (to an extent). Gains in mass will be dependent on a caloric surplus and rest.
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    It's all good bro I thought there really was a post about eat more that's why I asked what you meant , I do eat a lot but some days I get a ill carried away because my co workers alway bring. Enough donuts and pastries to feed an army and I have a hard time when it comes to junks like today I ate a dozen crispy creams and that wasn't even lunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by murk01 View Post
    http://www.**********************/wor...t-workout.html

    one i have been doing this week. like it so far but nothing special.
    I really like the muscle and strength routines. T-Nation has some crazy ones though holy ****
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    how much do you weigh ? and what are your stats ? bench squat military dead ?
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    Have u ever tracked ur coloric intake? And check out simplyshredded for a workout
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick96826 View Post
    It's all good bro I thought there really was a post about eat more that's why I asked what you meant , I do eat a lot but some days I get a ill carried away because my co workers alway bring. Enough donuts and pastries to feed an army and I have a hard time when it comes to junks like today I ate a dozen crispy creams and that wasn't even lunch

    Dude, I hear you but I will tell you what you most likely already know. Good food and not just junk empty calories will go a long way in keeping the intestines and digestive tract clean and have you ability to absorb nutrients better. Getting the most from the foods and perhaps supplements you use.
    Nothing wrong with a junk day or may backing off on the weekends, (I gotta do it too) but if you make good eating habits a staple early on, when you get to be middle aged you body will still be thanking you, instead of crying for help.
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    Add a cheat meal once a week to help with cravings. I have been using my friday night dinner as my cheat. I usually go out with the family, eat whatever I desire, have a couple beers and a dessert. If I am cutting I will eat a little less during the day, if bulking I don't bother even doing that.

    The bonus is if you wait a while for a great tasting meal, it tastes so much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick96826 View Post
    It's all good bro I thought there really was a post about eat more that's why I asked what you meant , I do eat a lot but some days I get a ill carried away because my co workers alway bring. Enough donuts and pastries to feed an army and I have a hard time when it comes to junks like today I ate a dozen crispy creams and that wasn't even lunch
    Patrick, sorry to sound harsh but "donuts and pastries to feed an army". I think it's pretty obvious that pastries and donuts are "fat pills" and not real food. If you have a smart phone there are plenty of calorie tracking apps that can help you get a handle on your macros (ie protein/carbs/fat).

    For reference, I'm 5'6" and 165 lbs. I need 2400 cals maintenance per day. 1 g/lb protein, 0.5 g/lb fat and the rest carbs. Bulking is about nutrition first and lifting second.
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    Cool


    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    The bonus is if you wait a while for a great tasting meal, it tastes so much better.
    this ^

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