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gangagoutam 06-10-2011 10:07 PM

muscle builder
 
Exercise regular. You canít gain muscles without exercise. Different type of exercise is used for different muscles. For leg muscles; squats, leg extensions and leg curls and for shoulders lateral raises and shrugs.

Ted 06-18-2011 06:49 PM

simple as that!

Tmno 08-07-2011 03:30 AM

right on!

superlift 09-16-2011 05:18 PM

half way right.. legs- squats (correct) also stiff leg DL.
chest-bench press
back-deadlifts/rows
shoulders-military press

i rarely give myself an "arms" day. usually they get worked plenty on my chest, back, and shoulder days.

aawebdev 07-10-2012 10:22 PM

Exercise in regular-basic is the best way for gaining muscle. You can not build your muscles without any exercise.

Dr shredder 07-12-2012 01:13 AM

hey people im here to ask a few questions hope some of you can assist me :)
here are some stats
age 20
male
weight 14 stone 2lb
so my bmi suggest im obese LOL but for me its no laughing matter i realy want to get in shape preferably for my brothers wedding in october. i know its not an overnight process but is that even possible ?
i understand my diet will habe a big role to play, ino i need protein, healthy fats,carbs and of course water
iv read so many articals on bodybuilding its so confusing, i understand compound movemnt is the way to go
id be happy to go with 3 x a week like monday wednesday friday? i think alternating between A and B workouts would be helpfull for me what do you think?
i obviously want to get my bmi down so im thinking of going with a 2000 calories a day diet but im not sure of how and when to consume calories/carbs/proteins/fats how should i spread the nutrionts/calories out through the day
id want squats, deadlifts, bench press, pull ups, military press in my ruitein and what ever else you may suggest


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