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    Good New Workout Plan for SIZE?


    Hi guys and girls, I've been on different variations of 5/3/1 for almost a year now and I feel it is time for a new routine. I have tried the BBB 5/3/1, Bodybuilder 5/3/1, along with other variations. I love the workout and have became crazy strong for my weight, but I am not growing from it anymore. (Yes I am in a caloric surplus, yes my diet is good, my body is just getting used to this I think)

    I started at 158 lbs and I am now 177 lbs. I don't see any difference in my body but the weight doesn't lie and I'm proud of my results so far.

    What are some other good workout plans that are sure to pack on some mass given a proper diet? I've read about the cube method, and westside barbell...any others?

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    I looked it up...never heard of it before. Seems interesting..?
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    PHAT is a good protocol to use to gain size and maintain strength.
    Getting my "figure" back:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/254395-mountainman-1-oly.html#post4600696
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryfe View Post
    I love the workout and have became crazy strong for my weight, but I am not growing from it anymore.
    So what are some of the weights in the big exercises, you topped out at? sets/Rep #'s?
    Are you kinda bored with that routine?
    Did you actually stop gaining Bweight or cut back on some eating so you are no longer gaining?
    What are some "exact" goals you have?
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    In on this to hear what people got!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryfe View Post
    I looked it up...never heard of it before. Seems interesting..?
    Worked for Phil Heath...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulBlack View Post
    So what are some of the weights in the big exercises, you topped out at? sets/Rep #'s?
    Are you kinda bored with that routine?
    Did you actually stop gaining Bweight or cut back on some eating so you are no longer gaining?
    What are some "exact" goals you have?
    I got my bench up to 225, which has always been a goal for me. Deadlift is 315. Overhead press is 155. Squat is 275. These are all 1RM. I have went up significantly since I started this program.

    I'm just bored with it.

    My exact goal is to get over 200lbs haha. So I have to continue eating like I am already eating, but I just want a new routine.
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    Think I'm going to try PHAT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryfe View Post
    Think I'm going to try PHAT.
    Yay! I win! Wait, was this a contest or am I in the wrong section?
    Getting my "figure" back:
    http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/254395-mountainman-1-oly.html#post4600696
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    I think Im also going to start PHAT, might have to modify it some but looks to be a solid workout program and I need to switch up my routine. Keep us updated on your progress.
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    Phat is legit. I saw great gains running it and continue to work it in every few months for a nice change of pace
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    PHATs real nice. I've been using it for the past 6 or so weeks while on a sort of recomp and I've dropped a little fat while maintaining strength in most areas and increasing it in some. Definitely give it a go.. Has helped put some decent mass on my legs as well.
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