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for all you guys looking to gain mass make sure you do the compound exercises very important if you want to gain mass. Bench press, Dead lifts, Squats, pullups

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for all you guys looking to gain mass make sure you do the compound exercises very important if you want to gain mass. Bench press, Dead lifts, Squats, pullups

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How does one go about performing the proper deadlift...

As well, I own a pull up bar for my door but sadly I will break the door if I use it. Is there a way to re-create pull up exercise without a pull up bar? I am NOT going to the gym to do this.

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I'm thinking about doing a 4 day split soon.

How would this work/How does this sound?

MON - Chest/Triceps

TUES - Back/Biceps

WED - DAY OFF

THURS - Shoulders/Legs

FRI - ARMS

I want to try and build up more muscle in my arms. Any alterations/suggestions/comments would be great thanks.

PS. Only have dumbells to use the moment

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How does one go about performing the proper deadlift...

As well, I own a pull up bar for my door but sadly I will break the door if I use it. Is there a way to re-create pull up exercise without a pull up bar? I am NOT going to the gym to do this.

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Just did a huge workout yesterday and I'm dead today.

Deadlift hang cleans 4x8

Standing Chest Press 4x8

Standing arnold press 4x8

Db lat row 4x8

Reverse DB chest flys 4x8

Skullcrushers 4x8

Bicep curls 4x8

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How does one go about performing the proper deadlift...

As well, I own a pull up bar for my door but sadly I will break the door if I use it. Is there a way to re-create pull up exercise without a pull up bar? I am NOT going to the gym to do this.

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How does one go about performing the proper deadlift...

As well, I own a pull up bar for my door but sadly I will break the door if I use it. Is there a way to re-create pull up exercise without a pull up bar? I am NOT going to the gym to do this.

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(pretty sure it's in this thread somewhere)

anyone have an effective workout routine for ectomorphs? Finding it tough to stay motivated to try and build when the results of your heaving are lost so easily

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(pretty sure it's in this thread somewhere)

anyone have an effective workout routine for ectomorphs? Finding it tough to stay motivated to try and build when the results of your heaving are lost so easily

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(pretty sure it's in this thread somewhere)

anyone have an effective workout routine for ectomorphs? Finding it tough to stay motivated to try and build when the results of your heaving are lost so easily

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Damn, my deadlift strength dropped LOL. Gotta start alternating deadlifts/squats every leg work out perhaps. I had the same issue with squats two months ago but regained my norm in three weeks and added an extra 40lbs in the few weeks after.

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Ok I've been thinking of getting myself back in the gym. Used to workout all the time a few years ago. I used to go with a guy who actually ended up being a body builder, so he was very helpful in giving me proper workout techniques.

I don't want to go hardcore or anything, just want to build up my muscles. I'm already in decent shape as I play lots of hockey and I walk/run 3 hours a day.

I want to focus on a different muscle each day. Taking weekends off. If I remember correctly I would do;

1.Arms/Shoulders

2.Chest/Back

However i can't remember when I would throw in a leg workout or if there was anything else I need to add.

I think that's all I have to ask for now, if I think of anything else I will come here and post it.

Only thing really delaying me from going to the gym is that I would have to do it before work, so I would need to get there around 5:30am.

Also is it best to eat something before your workout or after? I'm usually pretty hungry 1st thing in the morning and don't function well if I don't eat.

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Ok I've been thinking of getting myself back in the gym. Used to workout all the time a few years ago. I used to go with a guy who actually ended up being a body builder, so he was very helpful in giving me proper workout techniques.

I don't want to go hardcore or anything, just want to build up my muscles. I'm already in decent shape as I play lots of hockey and I walk/run 3 hours a day.

I want to focus on a different muscle each day. Taking weekends off. If I remember correctly I would do;

1.Arms/Shoulders

2.Chest/Back

However i can't remember when I would throw in a leg workout or if there was anything else I need to add.

I think that's all I have to ask for now, if I think of anything else I will come here and post it.

Only thing really delaying me from going to the gym is that I would have to do it before work, so I would need to get there around 5:30am.

Also is it best to eat something before your workout or after? I'm usually pretty hungry 1st thing in the morning and don't function well if I don't eat.

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Mondays: Chest and Tri's

Tuesdays: Back and Bi's

Wednesday: Core and Legs

Thursday: Chest (different type of work out) and forearms

Friday: Core and Traps

Weekend: Sweet nothing

Also do about 25 minutes of running per day and 10 minutes of stretching. I'm at the gym about 2.5 hours a day.

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I can't afford that time in the gym. Am usually there for 1-1.5 hours and 2 to 3 times/week. Although when am there, I work intensely with minimum break time between each set of exercise (1-2 min). Some people at the gym sit on an exercise machine for 30 minutes only to do 1 or 2 sets of 10 reps or they are talking/texting their friends.

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Try and eat before and eat after for sure. Split up back and chest because if you do, say.. Lat pulldowns, v-bar barbell pull up and barbell rows, you're not going to have much left for bench

presses, dumbbell flyes, etc. It's kind of like running a few miles then going to do heavy squats after -- doesn't make a whole lot of sense

Taking weekends off, you could just do something

like: chest and biceps on monday, back and triceps wednesday, legs and shoulders on Friday. Then just repeat after the weekend.

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(pretty sure it's in this thread somewhere)

anyone have an effective workout routine for ectomorphs? Finding it tough to stay motivated to try and build when the results of your heaving are lost so easily

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Good topic . Thanks for posting.

I get up every morning and take an energy drink and multi vitamin. I then do stretching and then 50 ab crunches. Then I do a two mile run.

I do weight training 3 days a week .

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Ya; that's an insane amount of time. I'm there an hour and a half if I throw in 20 minutes of cardio at the end and even that feels like an eternity.

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