Starting to work out

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Heaviside, Nov 4, 2017.

  1. Heaviside Yellow Belt

    Heaviside
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    Whats up shebros and brodettes? I finally have the time and means to put some time into getting in shape and I was wondering what your recommendations would be for where to start? I'm looking mostly to get bigger, muscle wise as I am not currently too fat. Thanks.
     
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  2. corpse Orange Belt

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    i would start with google or the faq of this forum.

    if you are a beginner and mostly want to get bigger you should do a beginner routine from bodybuilding.com. they also have a forum and a very big community with all the faq you need to answer.

    have fun
     
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  3. Midnighter Black Belt

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    There was a pretty good push, pull, legs, routine posted from a user on bb.com that you can probably find if you google it.
     
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  4. j123 Pro Sherdogger 500-0-1

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    PHUL (upper + lower split, 4 days a week) is a good one.

    My first programs were 5x5, and WS4SB I made good progress with them. Eventually I went to 531, and I kinda use still, that one's pretty good as well.
     
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  5. LatFlare EADC

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    Spend 3-6 months (or ideally your childhood) developing your aerobic base it'll enable you to do everything else more effectively later on.
     
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