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Old 01-13-2011, 08:07 AM   #1
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Default MAB vs. Stronglifts vs. Starting Strength

No this isn't a head to head battle.

Muscle and Brawn is attempting to put together a series of flagship workouts aimed at beginners and intermediate lifters. The goal of these workouts is to build muscle and strength.

While we will be creating (with your help) a variety of workouts, for this particular discussion we want your thoughts on a workout in the vein of Starting Strength and Stronglifts...

Basically the question is, if you designed a workout in that vein, what would it look like and why?

We are looking for a very basic program that uses core lifts, and builds muscle and strength. Rippetoes isn't for pure muscle building but does build muscle, and Stronglifts aims to do both.

Let's discuss how we could design a program in this vein but maximize it for muscle and strength gains.

Al suggestions welcome. Ideas breed ideas... As I mentioned previously, our aim isn't to necessarily re-invent the wheel, but to rather forge workouts that suit the spirit and personality of who we are as a forum and site, and what we believe in.
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