newbie needs help

  1. newbie needs help


    ok, so I am a newbie to this site, and have been working with weights for about 3 months.. befroe that i was doing cardio and light restince training, which helped me to loose 100 pounds in 8 months... I am 179 now, from 280. I am pretty much trying to cut(im 6'2 btw) I can bench the bar plus 2 45s on each side 4 times is my max on that.. I want to hit the gym at least 5 days a week which i have been doingfor the past 3 months... can someone help me make a good program?


  2. theres a bunch of "programs" out there. 5x5, westside etc.

    What you can do is try out each of them and see what works for you.

    Or i can tell you what my split is, if you want.
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  3. Your 6'2" 179 and your cutting. Im 6'2 205ish and trying to gain. Dude seriously eat and lift. What is your BF% if your benching 225x4 you should be pretty decent shape. I maybe way off but I think you should give your diet a check then your routine.

    BTW what are your goals.
    Lean looking, powerlifter, eventually have a massive physique.

    If you could give some of this info you will be able to get alot more help

  4. i would look into the 5x5 as stated earlier. you don't want to get any leaner at your height - maybe just work on filling out your frame while burning a little body fat. try the 5x5 system for at least 2-3 months, then work on making a solid program.

  5. loadsa stuff in the other thresds mate that should help you
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