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Old 04-06-2014, 10:46 AM   #11
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Old 04-06-2014, 12:21 PM   #12
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The thing I like best about this is that you will quickly be moving more weight than you ever have before. Also, dem gains.
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Work a Clean variant in to help with trap growth. They have worked wonders for myself.
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For traps, just search for BTB's power shrug hell. That does the trick for most folks. I don't have any good info for big arms, though.
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Within the thread I do not see any comments about the diet. You can work hard in the gym, but if your diet isn't supporting recovery and potential growth, then this can hurt your results. Likewise, if your diet is up to par, and you are not putting in adequate effort in the gym, this too could damage your results. Both diet and effort in the gym, are the adjoining partners in which lead you to your personal goal want.

Some say do not track calories or get wrapped up in micro-management of calories and macros, some say to do it.

I say, do what it takes for you.

One thing is for certain though, you should have a good idea of your "personal" calorie and macro-nutrient needs per day in order to have an idea if you are eating enough, no matter how you decide to manage or track your diet contents.

As you move along, the body will adapt and it will not be able to make something out of nothing. Therefore eating enough to support your efforts in the gym, and providing a foundation for recovery is VERY important to your goal. So, study (if you haven't already), and get this done. And, decide what works for you in the management of your diet so you "know" your calorie and macro allotment. If you want to get bigger, than you have to eat big, in the sense of slightly more than the body needs per day to support the building blocks of new tissue growth. There are simple ways where you eat at a set range per day, and another where you vary your intake according to activity, albeit slightly above that line. How much over your personal MT-Line you go over, is determined by (your adaption) and how concerned you are in gaining "too much" fat along the path you chose.

What are you doing with your diet, at the moment?
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Within the thread I do not see any comments about the diet. You can work hard in the gym, but if your diet isn't supporting recovery and potential growth, then this can hurt your results. Likewise, if your diet is up to par, and you are not putting in adequate effort in the gym, this too could damage your results. Both diet and effort in the gym, are the adjoining partners in which lead you to your personal goal want.

Some say do not track calories or get wrapped up in micro-management of calories and macros, some say to do it.

I say, do what it takes for you.

One thing is for certain though, you should have a good idea of your "personal" calorie and macro-nutrient needs per day in order to have an idea if you are eating enough, no matter how you decide to manage or track your diet contents.

As you move along, the body will adapt and it will not be able to make something out of nothing. Therefore eating enough to support your efforts in the gym, and providing a foundation for recovery is VERY important to your goal. So, study (if you haven't already), and get this done. And, decide what works for you in the management of your diet so you "know" your calorie and macro allotment. If you want to get bigger, than you have to eat big, in the sense of slightly more than the body needs per day to support the building blocks of new tissue growth. There are simple ways where you eat at a set range per day, and another where you vary your intake according to activity, albeit slightly above that line. How much over your personal MT-Line you go over, is determined by (your adaption) and how concerned you are in gaining "too much" fat along the path you chose.

What are you doing with your diet, at the moment?
am on a 6000 bulking diet just now I have tried 3000 4500 5000 diets tell you the truth am no good when it comes to diets any help on a diet would be great am 6ft 3 and my weight is 18.in half stone just now . don't like fish or salad or cheese lol just can seem to get bigger just now . any help would be grateful
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