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Programs There are programs already made for you. Examples: http://stronglifts.com/5x5/ http://startingstrength.com/ Your current program As for the program you're doing right now, it's no good, I'm afraid. There's nothing wrong with the exercises, but the fact that you do the same amount of reps, same amount of sets, same amount of weight every time. ...


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Looking at what's in there currently, you'd write in your sessions sets and reps or time for the given exercise, i.e. 3 / 12, 3 / 60s, 30s, etc. The issue with this way of recording things is that it doesn't really give you much room. One of the key things when trying to get in shape is to get yourself stronger (everything is easier when you're stronger), ...


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So I'd basically just keep writing, say, '3/12' each day unless I happen to not be able to make that many sets/reps on a particular day? Indeed, but you'd better aim at getting these numbers up every session if possible. Always doing the same amount of sets and reps will bore you at some point, and block your progress in your training. Or you can ...


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A common mistake made by beginners to weight training is to assume that an increase in training volume (eg. more training days) is required for muscle gains. Based on your comments and goals (eg. muscle build/mass ), I would offer that your main problem is not the type of routine to follow, rather, it is over training. If you plan to train drug free, ...


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What you have linked seems to be, at its heart, a fairly simple 6 day body split. This is not a new or special routine; in fact, a lot of routines commonly work on a 3 day repetition cycle for the exact reasons your identify. Super-compensation is simply your body over compensating during a recovery period. By hitting those muscles in super compensation ...


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First of all, you'd need to know what it is you're getting. Osta-Red contains ostarine, which is another name for a substance known as enobosarm. Its chemical formula is (or should be) (2S)-3-(4-cyanophenoxy)-N-[4-cyano-3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-2-hydroxy-2-methylpropanamide. However, the name "ostarine" has also become associated with andarine, which has ...


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Osta-red is ostarine, or more commonly known as, Enobosarm. Answer below is adapted from the elite fitness forum What is Ostarine? Ostarine is the SARM (Selective androgen receptor modulator) that GTx is developing for the prevention and treatment of muscle wasting. It is currently undergoing clinical trials and may eventually be the medical prescription ...



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