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  • Posted On: 03-19-19, 2:42 am (EDT) #1

    Full body evolution muscle gain

    March 19, 2019, 2:42 am

    Hi, first of all, you are doing great job, we are follow you with every step in our training. I just started goin at gym from one month with my friend. He is training for much longer than me. We both want to start full body evolution program, but we have some questions.

     

    1. Full body evolution program;

     

    A. for who is this program ? ( beginners may have problem with 5 x 5 lift up reps, because it requires some strenght in my opinion )

    B. how much is proper % of RM for weights in every reps of whole training ? ( the same weight that we can handle in every reps ? or maybe starting lower go heavier ? )

    C. How to do the warm up before starting whole training ?

    D. Should we start some pre workout for around for example one month to start this program ?

     

    2. Creatine ? Truemass ? What to do ?

     

    A. I have 180cm / 80 kg , and what about creatine or truemass for beginner like me ( 1 month training at gym ) ? ( of course with proper diet 3000 calories per day )

    B. A lot of ppl are saying - eat , sleep practice. Second half is telling its good for start adding with some milkshakes or breakfast. Dont have idea what to do with that ( I have 30 years ). My goal is muscle gain and some strenght both at the same time.

     

    Thats all for now :) 

  • Posted On: 03-19-19, 10:37 pm (EDT) #2

    Full body evolution muscle gain

    March 19, 2019, 10:37 pm
    Posted by: Damian88pl

    Hi, first of all, you are doing great job, we are follow you with every step in our training. I just started goin at gym from one month with my friend. He is training for much longer than me. We both want to start full body evolution program, but we have some questions.

     

    1. Full body evolution program;

     

    A. for who is this program ? ( beginners may have problem with 5 x 5 lift up reps, because it requires some strenght in my opinion )

    B. how much is proper % of RM for weights in every reps of whole training ? ( the same weight that we can handle in every reps ? or maybe starting lower go heavier ? )

    C. How to do the warm up before starting whole training ?

    D. Should we start some pre workout for around for example one month to start this program ?

     

    2. Creatine ? Truemass ? What to do ?

     

    A. I have 180cm / 80 kg , and what about creatine or truemass for beginner like me ( 1 month training at gym ) ? ( of course with proper diet 3000 calories per day )

    B. A lot of ppl are saying - eat , sleep practice. Second half is telling its good for start adding with some milkshakes or breakfast. Dont have idea what to do with that ( I have 30 years ). My goal is muscle gain and some strenght both at the same time.

     

    Thats all for now :) 

    @damian88pl

     

    1A. It's for anyone and it's amazing for beginners. Anyone can do 5x5 training because, just like any type of training you do, you are only training to your own strength. Just because you might not be able to do crazy heavy weights for your 5x5 doesn't mean you can't push yourself with a weight that you can handle for 5x5 to get stronger.

     

    1B. There is no proper percentage. In my programs, I don't tend to worry about percentages. It's not powerlifting. If you are training for powerlifting, by all means work with percentages. But in terms of bodybuilding and even general strength training, you don't have to work to set percentages - again, just push yourself with weights you can handle for the given rep ranges.

     

    1C. Check out the warm-ups in this program if you want a reall detailed warm-up! https://muscularstrength.com/bodyweight-beginner-workout-program

     

    1D. That's your personal choice. You don't need pre-workout but if you want to try some, you can. Though you don't need to start the pre-workout one month before starting the program. I use EndoRush as my pre-workout! https://muscularstrength.com/Supplements

     

    2A. Creatine is fine, you can take 5g daily. Try to rely on whole foods to get your calories in. Only use a mass gainer if you REALLY need it.

     

    2B. You don't need to have a shake for breakfast. Again, that's a personal choice. If you need to have it because of the convenience then you can. Otherwise just stick to whole food for breakfast if that's what you prefer.

  • Posted On: 03-20-19, 4:42 am (EDT) #3

    Full body evolution muscle gain

    March 20, 2019, 4:42 am

    Thanks a lot, you are the best :) now i can start this training , im so happy cant wait to see progress :)

  • Posted On: 03-20-19, 4:05 pm (EDT) #4

    Full body evolution muscle gain

    March 20, 2019, 4:05 pm
    Posted by: Damian88pl

    Thanks a lot, you are the best :) now i can start this training , im so happy cant wait to see progress :)

    @damian88pl My pleasure! Time to get some progress photos up! 😁 

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