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Rules of muscle growth:

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Rules Of GrowthHere are a few lists of my basic rules of growth-here are the basic rules to growth for setting up a workout1. You have to focus on progression of some sort at all times, i.e. 1more rep or more weight2. focus on the basic exercises3. try to keep gym time short so you can maximize hormone production and minimize calorie burning4. go hard, when in the gym dont be a p*ssy i.e. put down the pink dumbbells5. for small periods of time focus on sarcoplasmic hypertrophy (cycle 4weeks of pump training with 8 weeks of strength focused training)6. if you continuously fail to improve for more than 1-2 weeks then take some time off.7. find out what works for you and then continue to do it8. make sure you can always feel the muscle working (unless focusing on total strength production i.e. powerlifting type training)9. keep it symetrical, dont do more for chest then back unless your chest is a week point.10. dont go crazy 3-4x a week is just fine- the rules of eating for the growing person1. just f*ckin eat2. when you start to feel full, and get to the point where another bite is impossible take three more bites.3. Eat big to get big4. Strive to keep yourself in an anabolic state, do this by eating some protein every 2-4hrs.5. eat 4-6 meals a day
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basically new all this sh*t alreadyaccept 4 no.5beg u xplain that 2me

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didnt know about 3.how long then?
40-60 mins weightskeep it intense.sadly when beginners hear intense they think its its 3 hours of non stop bicep curls
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didnt know about 3.how long then?
40-60 mins weightskeep it intense.sadly when beginners hear intense they think its its 3 hours of non stop bicep curls
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so 40 mins on the weightsthen what? run?and 4-6 meals a day f*ckin hell

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so 40 mins on the weightsthen what? run?and 4-6 meals a day f*ckin hell
it would be less in portion size than u would have now but more of what u should be eating rather than random filling
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i only do about an hour of weights, i'm normally knackered after that, although when i do my back it takes a bit longer.

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Yeah I generally keep it to an hour. Sometimes run over by ten minutes or so. One of my boys does like two hours. Always tell him his breaks are too long.

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i dnt know how people can ever train longer than 90mins tbhafter an hour im usually knackered

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I usually hit a wall at 30-40 minutes depending on the excercises, where I'm just crackered.Usually take a 5 min break, get some water, and then I can work straight through to the end.Usually after I've done deadlifts, or squats.

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everything is down to the individual . although i wouldnt advise a newbie (i.e. 1yr and under consistent gym training) to go over an hourthere are ways to vary your work out to take you into 90mins easily. lol@ put down the pink dumbbells.. and mine has them as well :D

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