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  • Posted On: 08-08-18, 7:26 pm (EDT) #1

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 8, 2018, 7:26 pm
    Okay so I have been doing this workout routine for about 3 months now and I am liking it so far with working muscle groups twice a week. I will post the workout at the bottom of this post. I have been working out for 7 months in total.

    I am just wondering when I should change the workout and what I should change? I have read that changing some exercises for direct alternatives is a good way to change the workout up and keep gaining more. Such as swapping bent over row for T-bar row.

    I am just wanting an average length of when I should change my workout routine up and how I can tell if my current workout routine is becoming less effective.

    Workout routine below.


    Upper Day 1

    Bench Press - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Barbell Row - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Military Press - 3 sets - 25 reps

    Wide-grip Pulldowns or Pullups - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Incline DB Press - 3 sets - 30 reps

    One-arm Cable or DB Rows - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Straight-arm Pulldowns/Facepulls - 3 supersets - 30 reps each


    Lower Day 1

    Back Squat - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Deadlift - 2 sets - 12 reps

    or

    Romanian DL - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Hack Squat - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Lying Leg Curls - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Single-leg Leg Press - 3 sets - 35 reps

    Abs/Calves Superset - 3 sets each - 40 reps each


    Upper Day 2

    Bench Press - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Barbell Row - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Military Press - 3 sets - 25 reps

    Wide-grip Pulldowns or Pullups - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Lateral Raises/Barbell Shrugs - 3 supersets - 30 reps each

    Barbell Curl/Skullcrushers - 3 supersets - 30 reps each

    Overhead Cable Extensions/Cable Hammer Curls - 3 supersets - 35 reps each


    Lower Day 2

    Back Squat - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Romanian DL - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Leg Press - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Leg Extensions/Leg Curls - 3 supersets - 35 reps each

    Abs/Calves Superset - 3 sets each - 40 reps each
  • Posted On: 08-09-18, 1:08 am (EDT) #2

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 9, 2018, 1:08 am
    Posted by: Harveyl12
    Okay so I have been doing this workout routine for about 3 months now and I am liking it so far with working muscle groups twice a week. I will post the workout at the bottom of this post. I have been working out for 7 months in total.

    I am just wondering when I should change the workout and what I should change? I have read that changing some exercises for direct alternatives is a good way to change the workout up and keep gaining more. Such as swapping bent over row for T-bar row.

    I am just wanting an average length of when I should change my workout routine up and how I can tell if my current workout routine is becoming less effective.

    Workout routine below.


    Upper Day 1

    Bench Press - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Barbell Row - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Military Press - 3 sets - 25 reps

    Wide-grip Pulldowns or Pullups - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Incline DB Press - 3 sets - 30 reps

    One-arm Cable or DB Rows - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Straight-arm Pulldowns/Facepulls - 3 supersets - 30 reps each


    Lower Day 1

    Back Squat - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Deadlift - 2 sets - 12 reps

    or

    Romanian DL - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Hack Squat - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Lying Leg Curls - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Single-leg Leg Press - 3 sets - 35 reps

    Abs/Calves Superset - 3 sets each - 40 reps each


    Upper Day 2

    Bench Press - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Barbell Row - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Military Press - 3 sets - 25 reps

    Wide-grip Pulldowns or Pullups - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Lateral Raises/Barbell Shrugs - 3 supersets - 30 reps each

    Barbell Curl/Skullcrushers - 3 supersets - 30 reps each

    Overhead Cable Extensions/Cable Hammer Curls - 3 supersets - 35 reps each


    Lower Day 2

    Back Squat - 4 sets - 32 reps

    Romanian DL - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Leg Press - 3 sets - 30 reps

    Leg Extensions/Leg Curls - 3 supersets - 35 reps each

    Abs/Calves Superset - 3 sets each - 40 reps each

    @harveryl12 This routine looks pretty solid man. Basically it's a good rule of thumb to make some changes to your routine every 8-12 weeks. BUT, if you are seeing continual progress by getting bigger and stronger, then there's really no need to change it. Especially since you are still probably towards the end of your beginner/newbie phase. It's a good idea to find a solid program and stick to it for as long as you can at the newbie stage.

     

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. But like you said, if you want to make some changes because maybe you're getting bored or aren't seeing great results any more, then changing your exercise selection, or switching up the order of exercises, is a great idea.

     

    I assume that for your reps, that is the total number of reps across all sets? For example, you have 4 sets of bench press and 32 reps. I'm guessing that's 8 reps per set, for 32 reps total across 4 sets, right? It's not 32 reps per set?

     

    The only other thing I would say is, do you think you're getting enough volume for each muscle group? Chest in particular? Across the two workouts you only have 11 sets total.

     

    And have you considered maybe a program like PPL for a bit more volume and change in your training, if you aren't really seeing progress with this anymore? https://muscularstrength.com/Push-Pull-Legs

  • Posted On: 08-09-18, 4:16 am (EDT) #3

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 9, 2018, 4:16 am

     Hi Scott,

     

    Thanks for your reply!

     

    I'm finding it hard to tell if I'm plateauing yet or not. I can still increase the weight on most excersizes after eveyr 2-4 weeks and then some such as Becnh Press I am strugling to increase the weight on but I have read that this is slow to progress with.

     

    I'm also finding that heavy squats are casuing pain within my lower butt/top rear leg. I got up to 90Kg squats but had the pain, so yesterday I droped to 60Kg with full perfect form but this did not really work my legs hard enough. So I then went to 70Kg and started to feel the pain slightly again. Should I swap squats out for now and is there a decent alternative to use for the next 2-3 weeks?

     

    As for the reps, yep its a rep goal within given sets in which 95% of the time I complete then using the same amount of reps in all sets. Unless I am benching heavier then I may use an extra set If I can only get 5-7 reps per set.

     

     

    For volume I would find it hard to judge due to havign quite a lot of compound excersizes which these dont really give me a muscle burn. Such as Skullcrushers, these dont give me a muscle burn but they are hard to complete the reps, I can only tell that my triceps have been worked and get that burn when I got to overhead cable extension for my triceps. Then I feel the burn even on the first set, and i know the skull crushers have been working.

     

     

    I'm glad you metioned chest as this is one muscle grouop where I tend to struggle to feel my chest when benching. I do add cable flyes from all 3 different heights at the end of the second upper day and 2 sets for each height. I can fell my chest in cable flyes and partly in dumbell pressing. But mostly in DB and BB bench pressing its my arms that I feel tire first. I feel the good DOMS pain in my chest after workouts over the next day or two but I'm not sure If BB Benching is contributing to that or not. Do I need my chest to tire in BB bench press or will it be working and helping my growth without me noticing. I'm all up for doing anything that gets me a bigger chest and bigger tirceps and biceps so any advise will be nice or ideas.

     

    We have a Seated chest press machine like this - https://www.bftfitness.com/5000/BFT5011-Seated-Incline-Chest-Press-210.html so I could always add this into the workout? Any ideas wil be great and where I shoudl add these into my workout. Would you say I am also getting enough in my my triceps and biceps and shoulders in this?

     

    Also so you have an ideas of my progress I started out as 138.8Lb and I am now 156.2Lb. At the moment I am putting on around 1Lb a week give or take. Which I think is the correct weight.

     

    Ohh and I used to do a PPL workout but wanted to start working each muscle group twice a week so got onto a 4 day a week routine.

     

    Thanks,

  • Posted On: 08-10-18, 12:22 am (EDT) #4

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 10, 2018, 12:22 am
    Posted by: Harveyl12

     Hi Scott,

     

    Thanks for your reply!

     

    I'm finding it hard to tell if I'm plateauing yet or not. I can still increase the weight on most excersizes after eveyr 2-4 weeks and then some such as Becnh Press I am strugling to increase the weight on but I have read that this is slow to progress with.

     

    I'm also finding that heavy squats are casuing pain within my lower butt/top rear leg. I got up to 90Kg squats but had the pain, so yesterday I droped to 60Kg with full perfect form but this did not really work my legs hard enough. So I then went to 70Kg and started to feel the pain slightly again. Should I swap squats out for now and is there a decent alternative to use for the next 2-3 weeks?

     

    As for the reps, yep its a rep goal within given sets in which 95% of the time I complete then using the same amount of reps in all sets. Unless I am benching heavier then I may use an extra set If I can only get 5-7 reps per set.

     

     

    For volume I would find it hard to judge due to havign quite a lot of compound excersizes which these dont really give me a muscle burn. Such as Skullcrushers, these dont give me a muscle burn but they are hard to complete the reps, I can only tell that my triceps have been worked and get that burn when I got to overhead cable extension for my triceps. Then I feel the burn even on the first set, and i know the skull crushers have been working.

     

     

    I'm glad you metioned chest as this is one muscle grouop where I tend to struggle to feel my chest when benching. I do add cable flyes from all 3 different heights at the end of the second upper day and 2 sets for each height. I can fell my chest in cable flyes and partly in dumbell pressing. But mostly in DB and BB bench pressing its my arms that I feel tire first. I feel the good DOMS pain in my chest after workouts over the next day or two but I'm not sure If BB Benching is contributing to that or not. Do I need my chest to tire in BB bench press or will it be working and helping my growth without me noticing. I'm all up for doing anything that gets me a bigger chest and bigger tirceps and biceps so any advise will be nice or ideas.

     

    We have a Seated chest press machine like this - https://www.bftfitness.com/5000/BFT5011-Seated-Incline-Chest-Press-210.html so I could always add this into the workout? Any ideas wil be great and where I shoudl add these into my workout. Would you say I am also getting enough in my my triceps and biceps and shoulders in this?

     

    Also so you have an ideas of my progress I started out as 138.8Lb and I am now 156.2Lb. At the moment I am putting on around 1Lb a week give or take. Which I think is the correct weight.

     

    Ohh and I used to do a PPL workout but wanted to start working each muscle group twice a week so got onto a 4 day a week routine.

     

    Thanks,

    @harveyl12 So with your issues with squats, the pain you're getting, it's kind of the bottom of the glute / top of the hamstring? Does it only hurt on squats? What kind of warm-up are you doing before squats? Foam rolling, warm-up sets etc.?

     

    From what you're saying about your volume and your chest work, you might be having a hard time with your mind-muscle connection. I have a few videos in an 'Activator' series, so you can search my channel for those as they might help, but I'll also link a video below which will hopefully help you out as well.

     

    You don't need to completely fatigue your chest from bench pressing, but you do want to feel it working. If you're feeling it more in your arms, you might be flaring your arms out too far and/or not packing your shoulders properly, and therefore the arms/shoulders are taking over the movement. But if you are struggling with size, I'd suggest adding more overall volume. Try aiming for closer to 20 sets per week for a start, for example.

     

    You don't necessarilly need to find new exercises, just do MORE sets of your current exercises. Maybe 8 sets of flat bench press, 8 sets of incline bench press, and then 3-4 sets of flys to finish off. The same goes for your arms. If they're not really growing, you might need more volume rather than just 6 sets for biceps and triceps per week.

     

    Of course with more volume, you might be better off going back to a PPL split, but training 6 days a week if you can? Or even 5 days a week where you follow a PUSH, PULL, LEGS, UPPER, LOWER split?

     

    Your rate of weight gain sounds pretty fast. That would be normal for maybe the first couple of months.. but then it should slow down. How long has it taken you to go from 139lbs to 156lbs? Just 17 weeks/about 4 months?

     

  • Posted On: 08-10-18, 4:03 am (EDT) #5

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 10, 2018, 4:03 am

     Hi Scott,

     

    Thanks for your time again, it it much appreciated!

     

    1. Yeah thats correct with the squat pain, it sort of in the midle of where the glute and top of the hamstring are. I do warm up sets, usually 2-3 eaither very ligth or just with the bar. Also do the movement with no weight at all before starting the sets.

     

    2. With my chest, I can tense my chest and squeeze it anytime I want, but when it comes to certain excersizes like the bench press I dont directly feel it within my chest. I use the 5 points of contact setup so 2 feet on the floor, glute on the bench, then both top parts of my back, either side, forgot the muscles/area name. So I have a slight arch in my back so it is not touchign the bench. And then I tend to leave my head on the bench looking up unless I am checking my form. I am currently benching around 50Kg - 55Kg for these set sets and reps. I can bench 60Kg but only for 3 reps, maybe a 4th forced rep with a spotter. I might have some videos of my form in which I can post, but I can only show from the front angle due to my gym not really having many places I can rest my phone to film. I can always post these.

     

    3. I make sure my arms are 45o which i can show in the becnhing video once I find it and post it later. As for packing my shoulders, I tend to grad the bar, lift my back up and sort of slide my back to pack my shoulders, I am an awkward size as my are jsut a tiny bit shorter for the racks, so some packing may be lost when pushign the bar up, but my spotter tends to lift the bar to prevent this. I am at the gym today so will try and get another form video as well so then you have two to look at. I do current becn on a Friday and Sunday, is this enough rest between benching, I don't feel fatigued and I read a minimum of 48 hours is best.

     

     

    4. So I'm currently on 11 sets per week?, is it worth adding in the seated machine press? or what would be the best excersize? I can add more sets onto what I currently do, maybe add flat DB becnh press in as well? I'm not sure what is best for growth. With the BB Bechn, I sometimes struggle to get a 5th set in, but I will just try and track my rest period and drop the weight it needed.

     

    5. Should I be doing 20 chest sets a week or each upper day?

     

     

    6. I can't reallt work out more than 4 times a week at the moment, my weight gain is this.

     

    03/03/2018 (UK Date Format) - 138.8Lb

    04/08/2018 (UK Date Format) - 156.2Lb

     

    I used to have a hard time gainng weight, I am now having to eat 3400 calories a day to gain a 1Lb a week. I was on 3100 but I stopped gaining usign those values around 2 weeks ago. I was reall skinny, I have not but th eamoutn of fat on in which it covers my abs so for now I'm happy with how I look. How much Lb a week should I aim for? My macros are like this usually - Carbs 50% | Protein - 25-30% | Fat 20-25%

     

    I will add some more excersizes for my arms into the workout or maybe increase all my arm excersizes by 1 set each? which would be best?

     

    Thanks for your valuable time and I look foward to your reply, and BTW keep up the good work with the vidoes!

     

    Thanks,

     

    Harvey

  • Posted On: 08-10-18, 4:53 am (EDT) #6

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 10, 2018, 4:53 am

  • Posted On: 08-10-18, 4:56 am (EDT) #7

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 10, 2018, 4:56 am

    This is a becnh press i did around 3-4 weeks ago. I will get a new one tonight at the gym if possible and see If I can get a better angle. This was done after my sets when I remmbered I wanted to check my form. Hence why Im not maaged to do many reps.

  • Posted On: 08-10-18, 6:30 pm (EDT) #8

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 10, 2018, 6:30 pm

    Hi Scott, I’m additon to the above points.

     

    today I tried to pack my shoulders more but when I lift the bar they don’t feel as packed. How can I easily pack my shoulders after lifting the bar and how should I properly pack my shoulders?

     

    plesse can you check my form in the below video and let me know.

     

    Today I also added a superset or dumbbell curls and cable bar push down and my arms defiantly got more of a pump. And I also added in the seated chest press and a few extra sets of B.B. press.

     

  • Posted On: 08-15-18, 9:00 pm (EDT) #9

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 15, 2018, 9:00 pm
    Posted by: Harveyl12

     Hi Scott,

     

    Thanks for your time again, it it much appreciated!

     

    1. Yeah thats correct with the squat pain, it sort of in the midle of where the glute and top of the hamstring are. I do warm up sets, usually 2-3 eaither very ligth or just with the bar. Also do the movement with no weight at all before starting the sets.

     

    2. With my chest, I can tense my chest and squeeze it anytime I want, but when it comes to certain excersizes like the bench press I dont directly feel it within my chest. I use the 5 points of contact setup so 2 feet on the floor, glute on the bench, then both top parts of my back, either side, forgot the muscles/area name. So I have a slight arch in my back so it is not touchign the bench. And then I tend to leave my head on the bench looking up unless I am checking my form. I am currently benching around 50Kg - 55Kg for these set sets and reps. I can bench 60Kg but only for 3 reps, maybe a 4th forced rep with a spotter. I might have some videos of my form in which I can post, but I can only show from the front angle due to my gym not really having many places I can rest my phone to film. I can always post these.

     

    3. I make sure my arms are 45o which i can show in the becnhing video once I find it and post it later. As for packing my shoulders, I tend to grad the bar, lift my back up and sort of slide my back to pack my shoulders, I am an awkward size as my are jsut a tiny bit shorter for the racks, so some packing may be lost when pushign the bar up, but my spotter tends to lift the bar to prevent this. I am at the gym today so will try and get another form video as well so then you have two to look at. I do current becn on a Friday and Sunday, is this enough rest between benching, I don't feel fatigued and I read a minimum of 48 hours is best.

     

     

    4. So I'm currently on 11 sets per week?, is it worth adding in the seated machine press? or what would be the best excersize? I can add more sets onto what I currently do, maybe add flat DB becnh press in as well? I'm not sure what is best for growth. With the BB Bechn, I sometimes struggle to get a 5th set in, but I will just try and track my rest period and drop the weight it needed.

     

    5. Should I be doing 20 chest sets a week or each upper day?

     

     

    6. I can't reallt work out more than 4 times a week at the moment, my weight gain is this.

     

    03/03/2018 (UK Date Format) - 138.8Lb

    04/08/2018 (UK Date Format) - 156.2Lb

     

    I used to have a hard time gainng weight, I am now having to eat 3400 calories a day to gain a 1Lb a week. I was on 3100 but I stopped gaining usign those values around 2 weeks ago. I was reall skinny, I have not but th eamoutn of fat on in which it covers my abs so for now I'm happy with how I look. How much Lb a week should I aim for? My macros are like this usually - Carbs 50% | Protein - 25-30% | Fat 20-25%

     

    I will add some more excersizes for my arms into the workout or maybe increase all my arm excersizes by 1 set each? which would be best?

     

    Thanks for your valuable time and I look foward to your reply, and BTW keep up the good work with the vidoes!

     

    Thanks,

     

    Harvey

    1. Try foam folling then if you're not already to really loosen things up. In-between your sets as well if you need to. Maybe try things like walking lunges as part of your warm up as well for a nice long, deep stretch.

     

    2. You might benefit from a slightly closer grip. Your form looks fine, and you can see your chest contracting, but having that super wide grip will mean you're not getting a lot of adduction at the top of the movement. Grip position is definitely a personal thing, but if you're not feeling your chest working much, that's something you can play around with to see if it makes a difference (just don't go so close that you turn it into a close-grip bench press).

     

    4. The seated machine press you mention - is that for your upper chest? That would be OK.. but I think just doing more of your regular flat benching will be good for now, which I see you did so that's awesome. Remember that if you need to lower the weight as you move through your sets, that's normal, you don't have to use the same weight for every single set.

     

    5. Aim for around 20 sets per week.

     

    6. That rate of weight gain isn't too bad then.. over 5 months that's an average of between 3lbs - 4lbs per month. It's probably slowing down now right? Which would be normal. You won't be gaining 1lb per week.. maybe some weeks, but not consistently. From here, gaining 2lbs - 3lbs per month will be a good rate. If you're noticing good progress with those macros, keep going with them.

     

    Either option is fine for arms - adding the extra superset like you did sounds good!

  • Posted On: 08-23-18, 5:45 am (EDT) #10

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 23, 2018, 5:45 am
    Posted by: Scott_Herman

    1. Try foam folling then if you're not already to really loosen things up. In-between your sets as well if you need to. Maybe try things like walking lunges as part of your warm up as well for a nice long, deep stretch.

     

    2. You might benefit from a slightly closer grip. Your form looks fine, and you can see your chest contracting, but having that super wide grip will mean you're not getting a lot of adduction at the top of the movement. Grip position is definitely a personal thing, but if you're not feeling your chest working much, that's something you can play around with to see if it makes a difference (just don't go so close that you turn it into a close-grip bench press).

     

    4. The seated machine press you mention - is that for your upper chest? That would be OK.. but I think just doing more of your regular flat benching will be good for now, which I see you did so that's awesome. Remember that if you need to lower the weight as you move through your sets, that's normal, you don't have to use the same weight for every single set.

     

    5. Aim for around 20 sets per week.

     

    6. That rate of weight gain isn't too bad then.. over 5 months that's an average of between 3lbs - 4lbs per month. It's probably slowing down now right? Which would be normal. You won't be gaining 1lb per week.. maybe some weeks, but not consistently. From here, gaining 2lbs - 3lbs per month will be a good rate. If you're noticing good progress with those macros, keep going with them.

     

    Either option is fine for arms - adding the extra superset like you did sounds good!

    Thanks for the response again.

     

    1. Will defiently give this a try!

     

    2. On my last 2 workout sessions I think I have been using a slightly closer grip than in the videos. Just inside the metal ring of the bar. I have 100% been feeling them in my chest more, my arms still tire but at the same rate as my chest and I can feel that pump. This is probably to me lifting the bar first and then squeezing my shoulder blades and sorting my back out so its packed while holding the bar. I am a fairly short guy so struggle to keep packed shoulders while un rackign the bar. So this has probably helped. I have also tried not to lock out as much so my elbows don't take out some of the weight. Thanks for the help on this and I'm just glad my form is good. (All with help form your videos)

     

    4. I will give this a try and add more sets in, I have been doing this and find that my chest is much more sort on the days after my workout.

     

    6. Yep it has slowed down to around 0.5lb a week. Is there anyhting I need to do deifferently as my target end goal weight would be around 170-180lb... Do I just keep doing or is there something I should do to make these goals more acheviable? I want to get to my target goal before doing a big cut as my body fat percentage is still fairly low. Shoudl I add a cut in at anypoint or should I just get to 170lb-180lb and then cut?

     

    Thanks,

     

    Harvey

  • Posted On: 08-27-18, 7:05 pm (EDT) #11

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 27, 2018, 7:05 pm
    Posted by: Harveyl12

    Thanks for the response again.

     

    1. Will defiently give this a try!

     

    2. On my last 2 workout sessions I think I have been using a slightly closer grip than in the videos. Just inside the metal ring of the bar. I have 100% been feeling them in my chest more, my arms still tire but at the same rate as my chest and I can feel that pump. This is probably to me lifting the bar first and then squeezing my shoulder blades and sorting my back out so its packed while holding the bar. I am a fairly short guy so struggle to keep packed shoulders while un rackign the bar. So this has probably helped. I have also tried not to lock out as much so my elbows don't take out some of the weight. Thanks for the help on this and I'm just glad my form is good. (All with help form your videos)

     

    4. I will give this a try and add more sets in, I have been doing this and find that my chest is much more sort on the days after my workout.

     

    6. Yep it has slowed down to around 0.5lb a week. Is there anyhting I need to do deifferently as my target end goal weight would be around 170-180lb... Do I just keep doing or is there something I should do to make these goals more acheviable? I want to get to my target goal before doing a big cut as my body fat percentage is still fairly low. Shoudl I add a cut in at anypoint or should I just get to 170lb-180lb and then cut?

     

    Thanks,

     

    Harvey

    @harveyl12

     

    1. Awesome!!

     

    2. That's great! If you have a hard time keeping your shoulders packed when unracking the bar, then get your spotter to help you with the lift off (when you have a spotter, obviously you will still have to get used to unracking without a spotter from time to time as well). If you get help with the lift off, it should be easier for you to stay in position.

     

    4. Awesome as well! Get that extra volume for growth!

     

    6. Just keep going as you are. Slow and steady is perfect for muscle gain. If you're at 156lbs now, and gain 2-3lbs per month, then you'll be at that 170lb - 180lb mark within the next year. And that's a good amount of time for a bulk to add quality mass. As long as you keep the gains lean and don't gain too much excess fat, then there's no need to do a cut in the middle.

  • Posted On: 08-29-18, 5:44 am (EDT) #12

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 29, 2018, 5:44 am

    Awesome,

     

    Thanks so much for all the help. I will keep bulking until I am at my goal then and then do a cut to remove fat I've gained over the year.

  • Posted On: 08-31-18, 12:53 am (EDT) #13

    When and How to Change my Workout Routine

    August 31, 2018, 12:53 am
    Posted by: Harveyl12

    Awesome,

     

    Thanks so much for all the help. I will keep bulking until I am at my goal then and then do a cut to remove fat I've gained over the year.

    @harveyl12 My pleasure! That sounds perfect man, stay in your bulk to make as many gains as possible, worry about cutting later. Sometimes you have to lose some aesthetics to gain some.. but if you do a good lean bulk, you won't have too much fat to lose during your cut anyway!

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