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liliduffie

Yo. some smart guy would help newb out?

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Hey. so after huge huge thinking, i decided that i have to do something with my lonely life. Yes. internet and computer isnt filling this anymore, so i need something more, i chose to get my body a bit trimmed.

 

So, the thing is that when i was younger, like from 13 to 17? i used to do alot sports. Especially athletics, so i had stamina, but never gained direct " muscles " - time to fix that. 

 

Now, as being 23 year old skinny bastard, im asking where to start ? as much i learned in my athletic ( haha kids athletics, that win ) years, is that i should NOT rush right into gym and be that " yes i even lift brah " I`m not looking for some powerboosting training. i got time. Also i can mention, that i can afford all those fancy foods, what most people cant - yes, im working too! what a miracle right.

 

So my plan was something like this - 

 

  1. gardio
  2. chest
  3. gardio
  4. legs
  5. gardio
  6. arms
  7. rest -> repeat

And by gardio i mostly mean jogging outside, and other stuff doing home exercises. 

 

Now what i want, is someone with more experience please correct me or even blame me near death if im wrong and shouldnt do things like this. 

 

All advice is highly welcome.

 

 

 

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What about shoulder/back and full body exercises such as cleans, deadlifts, jerklifts, farmer's walk, etc.?

I think you should break your category workouts into more specific body parts.

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Thats exactly what i was asking for :) didnt ask help for no reason..

Are you trying to cut and bodybuild? Or just bodybuild.

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If you don't already have muscle built up, then you need to split the muscle exercises into something along the lines of biceps/back, triceps/chest, legs, shoulders/abs/cardio for a four day split. If you already have muscle built up, then all you need to do is lower your fat percentage and your proposed schedule does that decently. 

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Join a bodybuilding website if you really want advice on this, and watch A LOT of youtube videos as well

 

You're not going to find a lot of info from members here, tbh

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Now, as being 23 year old skinny bastard, im asking where to start 

So my plan was something like this - 

 

  1. gardio
  2. chest
  3. gardio
  4. legs
  5. gardio
  6. arms
  7. rest -> repeat

 

Hey bro, these two things statements contradict each other. Cardio will only make you more skinny. ;)

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Hey bro, these two things statements contradict each other. Cardio will only make you more skinny. ;)

yes, but training without cardio makes me paralyzed for 47 weeks.

gotta keep meat warm, or am i wrong?

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Do this routine: http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/jason-blaha-ice-cream-fitness-5x5-novice-workout for a good 2 years or when you don't make progress for like 1 month while being on a surplus. After you've stalled for about 1 month on that routine then it's time to move on to periodization which means that you'll be cycling intensity (% of your 1 rep max). You can do this by either splitting it up into blocks ex: 2 weeks of 10 reps 60% 1 rep max, 2 weeks of 8 reps 65% rpm etc. % of 1 rep max means the % you're gonna be lifting of your 1 rep max ex: you can do 200 lbs of bench for 1 rep then a 65% rpm of that would be 130 lbs. You can also cycle intensity weekly like me, I have 1 heavy & 1 light workout for upper body and 1 heavy & light workout for lower body each week. I've been lifting for 5 years and could've made far better progress during my first 3 years (probably twice as fast) if I didn't listen to most people who know nothing about exercise science and tell you to split up your body parts when you can make optimal gains on a full-body routine even as an advanced natural lifter. Linear progression is the key when you're a newb cus that yields the fastest gains then you move on to periodization. Peace out bye

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