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In a slump!

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2003/12/11 01:44:52 (permalink)

In a slump!

Hey everybody!

This is my first post here on muscletalk!

Well, last summer was very productive in the gym! I went from 125lbs to 143lbs. However, since then, I have entered into a professional program in university and it has been pretty intense work wise, and I let myself fall out of going to the gym on a regular basis. This has caused me to get into a slump and I don't know how to get out of it! I think it's time for a new routine to start off the new year when I get back from christmas break. The biggest problem I have when setting up a routine is that I want to do too many sets of too many exercises, especially for the areas that refuse to grow, like my shoulders and calves. Anybody have any routines that they found helpful for getting out of a slump?
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    IrishRunt
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    RE: In a slump! 2003/12/11 01:56:19 (permalink)
    welcome, a lot of people from what i've read seem to like frankie's mass building program. you might try that one. i've never tried it but i haven't been on the board very long.
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    RE: In a slump! 2003/12/12 00:19:27 (permalink)
    one of the best things you can do is get yourself a good training partner. then do a basic routine, you can find one on here, for a few months and get gradually back into it - diet and sleep etc... if you stick with it for a while i'm sure the bug will bite you, especially when you see gains.
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