I'm 150lbs and trying to fix my nutrition while bulking. On days I lift, I go straight from the workplace to home, change quickly, make myself a 300-500 calorie workout shake, and head to the gym to meet my workout partner.posting.php?mode=quote&f=7&p=77609
Is this a good idea? I see so many people saying 'use whole foods for protein' that I'm starting to question this method.
Also, I've tried VPX Zero-carb protein shakes and they are delicious! Is there a time this would be good to take, such as post-workout if I planned to have a meal 30 min after?
Well duh, you have no exercises to target that area. For starters, do your french press with a barbell, a regular barbell (No EZ, no french press bar, no dumbell). Replace the overhead dumbell extension with either skull crushers or close-grip bench presses. Instead of rope pressdown do a normal pressdown and instead of dumbell kickbacks do , wel whatever, should leave somthing for the other two heads.
heres my plan..
mon - chest - 12 sets between 3 or 4 exercises.
- tris - 4-8 sets between 2-3 exercises, (doing less because your chest exercises indirectly fatigure triceps, try not to overtrain them
tues - back - 15 sets between 4-5 exercises
- bicep - 4-8 sets between 2-3 exercises (again you worked back hard and your biceps are being hit as well, don't overtain)
wed - shoulders - 15 sets between 4-5 exercises
thursday - legs and calved - 15 sets between 4-5 exercises.
Work cardio in a little bit after every weight session if you can, restart schedule whenever you feel you have rested enough whether it be on friday or again starting on monday. Fit abs in every morning or night if you have the time, or with certain workouts whenever you like.
try to change up your muscle groupings and workouts every 6 weeks to avoid adaptation.
my success - 20 years old, lifting for 3 solid years. 172lb,
16 inch arms, 6 feet tall, 7.8% body fat.
We have a lying spammer wanta be in our mists.
He does have amazing bulking techniques however
smelled you a mile away son