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Old 01-26-2010, 08:48 PM   #11
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welcome to the forums. To answer your question, GPDT is a good program, but im still tinkering with it, so you maybe better off with this one

Your First Weightlifting Routine

some of the guys over here used it with success, talk to Kman025 about the results he has had
Can't go wrong with this program at all. Very good beginner program. Any questions on it just ask because I am on this program also.

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I think you said you are around 130 right now and being a beginner I think you would have no problem putting on 30 pounds in a year. Just remember you have to eat a lot, if you think you are eating a lot, you are not! Keep eating, it does not have to be all perfect foods either, sometimes you will need to just get calories.

Progression is key, make sure you set some short term and long term goals. Hit it hard, you will grow like a weed.
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IMO the hardest part for a beginner lifter is being paitent.


It's tough OP but in the end you are the better man walking the high road if you can just allow yourself to be patient!

Eat well...

Eat often...

Sleep enough...

Train hard....

Things will fall into place over time man, but it takes exactly that: time. We all want results, none of us would subject ourselves to the thankless life of a fitness enthusiast if we didn't feel as though results were what we were after, but the best things in life take time brutha... have to wait it out to get to where you want to be!

Think this way mang, 2 years from now when you just crushed your first ever PR for the bench press and used the initial PR weight for a set of 6 reps, you will laugh at how you thought things would come over night (not saying you do, just making small talk)...

Just be consistent dude, that's key! Don't go for a month then rest for 2 more, you will never get to where you want to be!!! Stay the course!
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