Most successful program you've used?

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  1. Got pm's from a few of you guys. Haven't had a Chance to get to my computer this weekend so I'll send the templates along tomorrow morning. @Woody @DUbz86
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Got pm's from a few of you guys. Haven't had a Chance to get to my computer this weekend so I'll send the templates along tomorrow morning. @Woody @DUbz86
    You think I could send you my e-mail as well? I just hit some solid maxes at a comp today so I have fresh numbers to work with and am really looking for a solid program to follow.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    Got pm's from a few of you guys. Haven't had a Chance to get to my computer this weekend so I'll send the templates along tomorrow morning. @Woody @DUbz86
    No worries bro!

  4. I used a program by Mike O'hearn that was very good: Power Bodybuilding
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  5. HIT
    DOGCRAP
    Gironda's 8x8
    My own 4-day per week routine. Low to moderate reps, keeping weights as heavy as possible to preserve muscle.
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  6. God damm, this will keep me busy! I might try a different program each week. I've been training 10 years, so it'll probably shock my body.

    Keep em coming, I'll have to see what fits!


    Good reports on FST-7 too.

  7. I've been using 5/3/1 with Boring But Big template. It's helped me get past a stall in weights I have had for a while and it is simple so I am currently in love with that. On my 3rd cycle of it now. Logging in the Anti Aging section.

  8. I'm also very interested in the 531 after seeing so many say positive things about it. Currently trying to get the belly fat but after that I want strength more than size

  9. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    PHAT or a slight modification from 5 to 6 days is what I run and have for the last couple years now. Have a template i designed and have given to quite a few guys around here as well and all of them that ran it have had stellar results as well.
    I have been running the booneman77 PHAT. Modified for me of course and I can honestly say it's the best program I've used for both size and strength.

  10. I gained most of my size during Dorian Yates High Intensity Training . Switching to moderate volume push/pull/legs training. HIT is too taxing for me at this stage of life. Family obligation, job and everything.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by pro45 View Post
    HIT
    DOGCRAP
    Gironda's 8x8
    My own 4-day per week routine. Low to moderate reps, keeping weights as heavy as possible to preserve muscle.
    Love that HIT and Gironda

  12. I don't follow a specific program per se, I take bits and pieces and ideas that I like or do out of necessity. If time wasn't an issue I would do a P, P, day off, L, day off and repeat type of cycle. I do 5 days a week currently. Power leg day Monday, Chest and some tris Tuesday, Back Wednesday, more of a hypertrophy/hamstring exercise oriented Thursday, and shoulders, chest and tris Friday. I tend to use ideas I like and apply them to my specific needs.
    It's Bea, fcker. Bea Mother****ing Arthur. Dammit........lol

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  13. Could I also take a look at your PHAT template? I have ran it before and thinking about running it again. Thanks

  14. Interwsted in this template routine buddy? @booneman77
  15. Most successful program you've used?


    In for gains. Also I'm a huge proponent of PHAT or a PPL split. Recently switched to doing 6 days/week: PPL A, PPL B, rest. Definitely the most efficient when it comes to maximizing muscle protein synthesis imo. And the A and B days help with exercise variety.

    Seen significant increases in general upper body size already.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Kaiyas_daddy View Post
    Interwsted in this template routine buddy? @booneman77
    I'm keen too 😄

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Kaiyas_daddy View Post
    Interwsted in this template routine buddy? @booneman77
    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    I'm keen too ��
    hey guys, im starting to charge $5 to send either one of my versions of this out since I'm the one who put all the work into it and answers all the questions ha. It was just getting to the point where its taking a lot of my time to keep up with everyone so i feel like I should get something back. if you're still interested, pm me.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    hey guys, im starting to charge $5 to send either one of my versions of this out since I'm the one who put all the work into it and answers all the questions ha. It was just getting to the point where its taking a lot of my time to keep up with everyone so i feel like I should get something back. if you're still interested, pm me.
    I don't blame you at all. I'll still give you the $5 and I already have it from months back. I think it's worth well more than $5 though. There is a ton of time invested here. And like nothing I've ever tried...this just works!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by elo76 View Post
    I don't blame you at all. I'll still give you the $5 and I already have it from months back. I think it's worth well more than $5 though. There is a ton of time invested here. And like nothing I've ever tried...this just works!
    Much appreciated for the endorsement. I'm not asking from the guys I sent it to cuz they've all helped spread the word and even make some changes further so I consider that the beta tester group ha.
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    5x5 has been my secret..when I started lifting again at 40 after a 12 year layoff..it took me to a 435 bench..I'm 50 now...no juice..no ph's..very proud of that
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by cobri66 View Post
    5x5 has been my secret..when I started lifting again at 40 after a 12 year layoff..it took me to a 435 bench..I'm 50 now...no juice..no ph's..very proud of that
    That's what I was using before PHAT too. Great, simple program. After awhile tho I felt like o began to stagnate which led me to the progressive PHAT version I have. Still love my 5x5 week tho for sure.
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  22. So I really want to increase the big 4 lifts squat, deadlift, bench and overhead. Looking at some of the suggested programs like PHAT or 5,3,1. Which one or any other would help increase my numbers/strength the fastest. PHAT that works each twice a week 1 power and 1 speed/hypertrophy or 5,3,1 that focuses on 1 big lift per day?

    Or something like starting strength 5x5. My problem with it is i prefer to workout more than 3 times per week. Working out is my therapy and seriously makes me happier. Any tips are appreciated

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Oconns28 View Post
    So I really want to increase the big 4 lifts squat, deadlift, bench and overhead. Looking at some of the suggested programs like PHAT or 5,3,1. Which one or any other would help increase my numbers/strength the fastest. PHAT that works each twice a week 1 power and 1 speed/hypertrophy or 5,3,1 that focuses on 1 big lift per day?

    Or something like starting strength 5x5. My problem with it is i prefer to workout more than 3 times per week. Working out is my therapy and seriously makes me happier. Any tips are appreciated
    IMO lifting more often is the best way to train either a movement or a muscle. The only way to progress is through repetition so that just makes sense. The one caveat is that you have to allow for proper recovery to reap the benefits of the workouts. Any good progressive program that focuses on those lifts should help you, and theres nothing that says you can't lift more than 3 times a week... hell, theres a ton of benefits to doing something everyday if you can recover correctly and program correctly.

    I like PHAT because of the varietybut also due to the fact that its not solely focused on strength. If pure strength is your only goal, its prob not the best choice unless you really dumb down the accessory work.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    IMO lifting more often is the best way to train either a movement or a muscle. The only way to progress is through repetition so that just makes sense. The one caveat is that you have to allow for proper recovery to reap the benefits of the workouts. Any good progressive program that focuses on those lifts should help you, and theres nothing that says you can't lift more than 3 times a week... hell, theres a ton of benefits to doing something everyday if you can recover correctly and program correctly.

    I like PHAT because of the varietybut also due to the fact that its not solely focused on strength. If pure strength is your only goal, its prob not the best choice unless you really dumb down the accessory work.
    Thanks. Yes I agree. Sorry I left that out about the 3 days. That's what starting strength 5x5 calls for I think?

    I've seen somewhere that there was a mod to add deadlifts into PHAT more frequently I believe?

    I would say my goals are 65/35 strength to just size. I want the size but I want it to be strong muscle not just for show

  25. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    That's what I was using before PHAT too. Great, simple program. After awhile tho I felt like o began to stagnate which led me to the progressive PHAT version I have. Still love my 5x5 week tho for sure.
    The simplicity is why I think it's great for beginners..stagnation hits with everything..I started heavy triples when that happened
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