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Practical Programming Novice Program

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anyone done this?if followed properly with the right nutrition and rest, meant to be one of the best programs out thereMonday

  • 3x5 Squat
  • 3x5 Bench press / Press (Alternating)
  • Chin-ups: 3 sets to failure or add weight if completing more than 15 reps
Wednesday
  • 3x5 Squat
  • 3x5 Press / Bench Press (Alternating)
  • 1x5 Deadlift

Friday

  • 3x5 Squat
  • 3x5 Bench Press / Press (Alternating)
  • Pull-ups: 3 sets to failure or add weight if completing more than 15 reps

------------a variation of starting strengthsstarting this tomorrow; gonna track my progress most likely

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That looks kinda monotonousu shud do Shoulder Press upright row for trapsalso add close-grip bench press wit EZ Bar, 4 ure tricepsand maybe add some lat pulldownsalso "pressing/squatting 5 heavy reps 3 days a week is alot" is true, especially if ure a beginner

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Guest Triple XXX

i really need to learn what som eof those things meanhopefully at the gym theyll giv me arun through of the equip

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I don't think benching, squatting, and deadlifting 3 times a week is conducive to maximum gains.I only do each body part once a week.In fact I think 3 times a week is far too much.

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i've done full body x3 times a week before and i know it works for mefurthermore i was doing squats (albeit smith squats) and bench and shoulder press 3 times a week and i made good gains consider my shitty diet, no shake and poor sleeping patterns-----------------------------------feel pretty good after the first workout, the difference between BB squats and smith squats is f*ck*ng immense, struggled to do my abs afterwardsand btw, this program is professionally used for strength and mass gains (from a beginner level) so boygoogle rippletoes

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Guest R9

Core strength & sizealso is one of the best ways (along with inverted squats) to do your calves

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