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2002/11/02 03:30:23 (permalink)

Bodybuilding & Strength Routines!

Recently there have been several posts asking for routines. In light of this, and the fact that many people dont know how to use the search, I have decided to make this thread with links to routines that have been posted. I will keep it updated.


Big-AL's Mass Routine

HIT Routine

Basic Westside Info (Powerlifting)

frankies mass building routine

Another Mass Building Program from Frankie NY

Getting Ripped Revised

TonyStarks' Long Term Training Cycle

TonyStarks' Generic 4 Day Split Routine (2002)

Enjoy. [^]

Please note that I can't post everyone's routine on this thread. These are just examples of several types of routines that have worked for many people.

post edited by James - 2015/06/27 19:49:26
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 04:06:03 (permalink)
    Great thread, Zack. This may be useful as a sticky topic!
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 14:22:31 (permalink)
    Thanks Zack! Very nice of you to do this for people. Much appreciated!
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 14:50:50 (permalink)
    good post zack, you definatly are the link master!! i'm now printing some of them off for later use.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 15:30:35 (permalink)
    Cool work zack by gathering all the rouitnes under one roof......
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 16:00:13 (permalink)
    I was just in search of switching up my routine-
    perfect timing
    Thanks bro! [:P]
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/02 18:48:43 (permalink)
    Great idea Zack that will save some hassle, cheers![^]
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/05 11:45:25 (permalink)
    Zack, there are 3 parts to the getting ripped thread. Could you add them in. Cheers
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/05 13:02:31 (permalink)
    Done.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/06 08:01:51 (permalink)
    thanks bud
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 07:07:28 (permalink)
    This is an impressive array of routines!
    Does anyone think there are any missing, are there still types routines that people want which are not here?
    AL
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 16:18:10 (permalink)
    A question for the authors of all the above routines:
    Is it ok if I occasionally post some of your routines on another forum? I will, of course, cite you as the author of the routine. I'm a member of several other forums, and there are always people asking for routines.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 19:22:00 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by zackdarnell

    A question for the authors of all the above routines:
    Is it ok if I occasionally post some of your routines on another forum? I will, of course, cite you as the author of the routine. I'm a member of several other forums, and there are always people asking for routines.



    Fine with me, i would prefer if you post any of mine that you mention (along with my name) that you also got it from MT, might get some more traffic comming this way!
    cheers
    AL
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 20:41:44 (permalink)
    Yeah, I had planned on that too.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 21:34:13 (permalink)
    I have no problem whatsoever so long as your post includes a plug for MuscleTalk.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/11 21:35:02 (permalink)
    Dont worry. It will include a link.
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/13 10:43:12 (permalink)
    Zack, you deserve the MT nobel prize for bodybuilders!

    well done

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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/13 13:13:18 (permalink)
    LOL
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/15 12:25:44 (permalink)
    Zack, You're a BodyBuilding Guardian Angel.. great idea, I'm reading with great interest as we speak...! Muscleboy!
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    RE: Need a routine? Read this. 2002/11/24 02:46:37 (permalink)
    I was reading the HIT routine, and am intrigued

    <<A basic HIT workout in its modern guise would look something like this,

    Day 1
    Bench press or weighted dips 2x8
    Squats 1x20
    Bent over rows 2x8

    Day 2
    Overhead press 2x8
    Deadlifts or straight leg deadlifts 1x15
    Chins 2x8

    Abs done on both days for 1 or 2 sets, and all sets taken to failure.

    This workout runs on the same principles that Bob Whelan (trainer, powerlifter, and respected iron writer) espouses in his programs (see www.naturalstrength.com) - you're doing squats, some form of deadlift, a vertical pull/push, and a horizontal pull/push, in so doing, working all the available musculature of the body.

    Here's a split of how it works:

    Legs and lower back (the most important muscle groups for any accomplished bodybuilder or weightlifter) - deadlifts, squats
    Back and biceps - rows, chins
    Chest, shoulders and triceps - Bench press or dips, overhead press
    Abs - sit-ups or crunches done on both sessions.
    Forearms - deadlifts, rows, chins

    >>

    Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but what you're saying is that I only need to do two sets of bench a week to faliure as hard as I can and my chest will grow? What about if I'm taking gear? Is more sets better? Can I throw some curls in there somewhere? And what about warmup sets? Shouldn't I do a couple of them before going heavy?
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