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BLSS Routine

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yepp awsome couldnt agree more for beginners ! got those compound lifts all over the routine which will maximize those nooby strength and size gains to build a solid base ! you need a big rock to create a nice sculpture ;) awsome routine, if anyone needs any advice on any aspects of training or diet or even motivation i can help you out and point you in the right direction im a fully qualified PT check out my thread in the motivational section.

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Well, im going to the gym now for 4 years. And I still see alot of douchbaggs only lifting weights.

what beginners should do is take a cardio for 15 minutes then train your abs, after that do another cardio for 15 minutes then train your arms/legs/body/back mostly 3x 10 reps. and as a finishing touch you should run another 15 minutes. its always good to do more than 3x 10 reps but start slow.

People forget that your abs can be trained everyday. First you will feel them but it will go better and better. im on 4x 120 reps of abs. Most people wont even make 60 reps. If you want to go to lose weight/gain muscle you must train on speed.

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Well, im going to the gym now for 4 years. And I still see alot of douchbaggs only lifting weights.

what beginners should do is take a cardio for 15 minutes then train your abs, after that do another cardio for 15 minutes then train your arms/legs/body/back mostly 3x 10 reps. and as a finishing touch you should run another 15 minutes. its always good to do more than 3x 10 reps but start slow.

People forget that your abs can be trained everyday. First you will feel them but it will go better and better. im on 4x 120 reps of abs. Most people wont even make 60 reps. If you want to go to lose weight/gain muscle you must train on speed.

If you read the link bl states that you can add exercises as you wish, just don't over do it, squat OHP and a few others engage abs and core strength and obviously you would add exercises to the end of a workout. 4x120 reps seems a bit excessive, adding weight to those exercises with lower reps would activate more fast twitch muscle fibres. Cardio post workout can hinder muscle recovery, but it should be done at least once a week or so. This is a strength routine that is why reps are low.

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Well, im going to the gym now for 4 years. And I still see alot of douchbaggs only lifting weights.

what beginners should do is take a cardio for 15 minutes then train your abs, after that do another cardio for 15 minutes then train your arms/legs/body/back mostly 3x 10 reps. and as a finishing touch you should run another 15 minutes. its always good to do more than 3x 10 reps but start slow.

People forget that your abs can be trained everyday. First you will feel them but it will go better and better. im on 4x 120 reps of abs. Most people wont even make 60 reps. If you want to go to lose weight/gain muscle you must train on speed.

That's the most messed up routine in the world. Who says your abs can be trained everyday? It's just like every other muscle with the need of rest. You're supposed to "train" them everyday by activating them in the compound exercises (squats, bench, dead) but not do crunches till you pass out or do cardio twice in a routine while working out bodyparts in the weirdest order ever.

Your muscle is going to grow through hypertrophy. How do you reach that if you train arms, legs, and back only at 3x10 and then doing 15 min cardio? Where is the blood flow going to concentrate?

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