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About me: Height:- 179cms Weight:- 71kg

I am a 20 years old guy with a maximum of 2 months of gym experience. Lately I have been thinking of following a routine for body transformation and muscle building, but am having trouble finding some good routines online. There a lot of options and most of them different from each other which is making me confused over which to follow.

I was advised by my friend to follow Kris Gethin's 12 week body transformation routine. Is it good if not than can anyone point me to a right routine for a beginner like me.

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As a beginner you want a simple program with a high frequency. Kris Gethin's program is neither (many different exercises, high split -> low frequency). Starting Strength is never a bad idea, but if you could elaborate on your goals there're also other programs that might fit you more. –  LarissaGodzilla Jul 1 at 14:05
    
@LarissaGodzilla My aim is mainly muscle building and would like to avoid supplements if it can be avoided. –  Mohit Jul 1 at 14:09
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Then I can indeed recommend Starting Strength, as it focuses mainly on strength and doesn't really call for any supplements. You won't build a six-pack with that program, but you will build a solid strength base to work from. –  LarissaGodzilla Jul 1 at 14:12
    
@LarissaGodzilla I was following a routine similar to Starting Strength for a month , thats when I thought of moving to something which will result in body building and body transformation. Can you suggest. –  Mohit Jul 1 at 14:25
    
I'm more of a first-bulk-then-cut person. If you want transformation/recomposition I don't think I'm the right person to recommend anything, as I've never done that before. –  LarissaGodzilla Jul 1 at 15:22

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