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nickc300
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Re: RE: Definitive guide to training II 2013/05/12 10:42:36 (permalink)
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Tthanks for this! Will keep me going for a while
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2013/06/28 21:51:21 (permalink)
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A few more routines you could add if the link isn't there - 
 
http://www.bodybuilding.c...s-max-muscle-gains.htm
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2013/10/25 10:53:32 (permalink)
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Hi all, I’m new to this forum. I just stumbled across this thread and thought I would risk mentioning that I have just published a yearlong bodybuilding macro cycle.
 
I am a qualified instructor, and have competed before.
 
As I’m new here I won’t say what the book is called or leave a link but if a moderator sees this, and is happy for me to leave another reply or edit this, I will go ahead and advise.
 
The book is available for free digital download as a promotion at the moment for 5 days and it will be useful for some of the readers on this forum? (I wrote, edited and published this myself so it has no exposure or outside help)
 
The reason for writing this book is that there are so many guys wanting a routine or program all of the time.
 
It outlines a full years progressive training routine. Most bodybuilders know that you can’t change your physique in a few short weeks so you have to be in it for the long term, so why not have a long term plan?
 
Anyway, thanks for reading and let me know if you would like me to post the name and/or add a link
 
Jim
 

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Re: Need a routine? Read this. 2014/02/24 20:44:51 (permalink)
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Just the sort of thing I was after
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Re: Need a routine? Read this. 2014/04/06 15:23:58 (permalink)
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Hi there
 
you'd be better starting a new topic for this advice - you'd get tips from more people.
 
Routines and info are in our articles here: http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/articles/articles-bodybuilding-beginners.aspx - full body EOD would be a great place to start.  Have a look in those articles for advice on diet and supplements too
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2014/04/09 03:24:57 (permalink)
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If its motivation and muscle building you want please contact me or any of the guys who regularly contribute we can help you.
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Re: RE: Definitive guide to training II 2015/09/23 17:17:57 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried the HIT Routine for at least several months in a row? If so to which outcome?
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2016/01/05 23:20:48 (permalink)
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Great post Zack, Highly beneficial!!
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2016/05/19 00:56:46 (permalink)
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thats a good thread bro, thank you and keep PUMPING UP. 
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Re: Bodybuilding & Strength Routines! 2016/12/30 17:48:04 (permalink)
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great thread mate, looking into it thx zack...
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Re: Bodybuilding & Strength Routines! 2017/01/19 15:08:45 (permalink)
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was able to accurately follow a simple weight ratio earlier at my gym.. i weigh just over 75 kg, 
was told to bench around 65 kg, felt great, i am finally getting into it!! would u guys say 65 kg is about right! and how sooner should i start to lift more!! what do u recommend i try for a boost pack!!  not sure what to buy anyone?
post edited by JCsina - 2017/01/19 15:12:54
badman
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Re: Bodybuilding & Strength Routines! 2017/01/30 06:33:16 (permalink)
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WHat is a boost pack?  the correct weight to bench is a weight that stimulates a growth response.  If you can comfortably bench 10 reps of 65, feel free to increase it.  That's just a guideline and by no means a rule. 
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RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2017/04/09 23:23:04 (permalink)
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Aw man sound for this
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