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Old 09-05-2011, 06:33 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by gethuge69 View Post
How are my results?
Unless you post your starting numbers, time spent on training since you started, it is difficult to say whether the results are impressive or not. Little more details will help. For starters, lets say ...

Bodyweight (before starting) and (after starting)
Bodyfat, at least approx (before) and (after)
Numbers on key lifts, i.e. bench, squat, deads, military press, barbell rows, cleans, etc., how much have you been added to the bar on these lifts since you started.
Before and after pics.

Regarding "best routine" ... there isnt any. To each his own. But what you get out of a routine depends on what you put in. IMO full-body routines are very effective - and being 3x week, you dont spend that much time in the gym either. But whatever routine you go with, the key would be to have a good progression.
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