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Started By karl (bedford, o.s, united kingdom)

Started on: 6/16/2005 4:36:11 PM, viewed 1028 times
i need a good mass building routine!!

training routine h.i.t

hi ppl,im trying to add mass at the moment can ne1 come up with a great mass building routine?i recently found out about h.i.t training it sounds intresting does it work?

i was goin to do this routine 3 times a week will it help me add mass????????

Squat – 2×20

Leg Extension – 1×20*

Deadlift – 2×20

Flat or Incline Bench – 2 sets to failure

Dumbell Press Or Dumbell Flyes – 1×8*

Barbell Curl – 2×8**

Tricep Extension – 2×12**

*-Done if muscle does not seem to be worked to full potential

**-Can be substituted for your favorite bicep or tricep excercise

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karl (bedford, o.s, united kingdom) on 6/17/2005 9:47:12 AM

some one please reply i rele need you guys opinions

Chewy (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.) on 6/17/2005 12:51:26 PM

Three days a week would be too much, plus I recommed splitting up the workouts and working out twice a week. Drop the isoloation exercises for now. The rep ranges are a personal prefernce, you have to find what works best for you. I prefer the 5-6 range. If you’re new to HIT/HD then I’d stick with 2 sets, you won’t get much out of 1 set. Really training to failure takes time to learn. If you’ve been training with higher volume then there was no way you were really training to failure. Try this twice per week:

Workout A

1. Squat 2 x 5-20

2. Bench press 2 x 5-15

3. Chins or pulldowns 2 x 5-15

4. Calf raise 1-2 x 5-20

5. Crunches 1 x 5-20

Workout B

1. Deadlift 2 x 5-15

2. Military press 2 x 5-15

3. Barbell curl 2 x 5-15

4. Close grip bench press or dips 1-2 x 5-15

5. Reverse barbell curl 1×5-15

This workout has work for everyone I know who has tried it. And make sure you’re eating enough.

Also I recommend reading Mike Mentzer’s books and also highly recommend the books Beyond Brawn and The Insider′s Tell-All Handbook on Weight-Training Technique by Stuart McRobert. Learn what they have to say, eat enough food and you’ll pack on the mass.

karl (bedford, o.s, united kingdom) on 6/17/2005 4:35:10 PM

cheers man,i have bin training with high volume before,so i′ll do 2 sets to start like u said.i apreciate the advice man thanks.

Chewy (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.) on 6/17/2005 4:57:19 PM

No problem, I hope the advice will at least give you some direction. Keep us updated on your progess.

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