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Old 10-31-2006, 05:45 PM   #11
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dude: bulking LARGELY depends on ur diet.

u shud read up on what MadCow2 wrote in that thread Hypertrophy vs. Strength.

it is ur diet which will aid ur bulking. for a program u have to make/find one which will help u to PROGRESS the fastest. IMHO what 0311 said about GVT for a month and then AGVT for a few months and then OVT for a few more months (i added in OVT because OVT is fantastic) is spot on correct for even PROGRESS.

listen to Dan. get ur diet in order. get the protein requirement down correct.

ur probably wondering why i am hyping diet so much. dude: i used to have a SHIT diet. thanks to eric, dan and the experts on intensemuscle.com i have been able to add 10 lbs to my body in 6 weeks. and for me thats GREAT.

and right now im crusing iwth a killer diet i think ive added 5 lbs in 2 weeks!!! im gonna wait till friday to weigh myself in.

my point: DIET is the KEY for BULKING. your workout is SECOND to diet. and 0311's suggestion and my OVT addition is a GOOD IDEA.

best of luck

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Old 10-31-2006, 05:45 PM   #12
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Old 10-31-2006, 07:20 PM   #13
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Yes, in terms of bulking. For something like this will a very high amount of volume, you need to eat like a pig. Not necessarily a see-food diet of anything, but a semi clean 4000 calories per day one. Remember the basics of dieting (pro/carb + pro/fat), worry about protein first, and try drinking enough whole milk a day to keep those cals up. It's really the only way this program (or any program) will work. If you're undereating even in the slightest, you'll overtrain with this program.

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Old 10-31-2006, 08:31 PM   #14
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alright I can definitly do that. I'm not sure when I can pick back up on the workout schedule because I think I might be coming down with the flu (Goddamn college), but I'll be sure to keep up the eating even if I'm not in the gym. You'll know as soon as I hit the weights again though.

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Old 11-07-2006, 07:21 PM   #15
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today hit the legs pretty F'in hard

A2G squats: 10x10x125 <-- I'll go to 135 next time
Lying leg curls: 10x10x75
seated calf raises: 3x12x180

I'll do some more ab work (crunches, leg raises, etc.) tonight

I'm gonna be taking tomorrow off, then doing shoulders and arms on Thursday. The plan is this:
10x10 Parallel Bar Dips
10x10 Incline Hammer Curls
3x10-12 Bent-Over Dumbbell Lateral Raises
3x10-12 Seated Dumbbell Lateral Raises

any suggestions for changes to this?
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Old 11-09-2006, 04:20 PM   #16
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so tonight was arms and shoulders. it was intense.

Alternating
10x10 dips
10x10x30 incline dumbell hammer curls

Alternating
3x10x15 seated side arm raises
3x10x10 seated side arm raises (leaning forward)

goin back to chest/back on monday.
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:48 PM   #17
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had to make a real ego check to get the reps in for these sets tonight

3x10x120 incline barbell
3x10x120 flat barbell
3x10x120 decline barbell
1x10x145 cable flys

3x10x125 wide grip cable pulldowns
3x10x125 close grip cable pulldowns
3x10x125 cable rows
1x10x125 barbell rows

for legs on wednesday, I wasnt sure if I should stick with 10x10 squats? or maybe 5x10 squats, 5x10 bent leg deads?
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:58 PM   #18
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for legs on wednesday, I wasnt sure if I should stick with 10x10 squats? or maybe 5x10 squats, 5x10 bent leg deads?
Isn't the GVT: 2000 setup into quads and hams seperate?
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Old 11-13-2006, 08:51 PM   #19
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right, I missed that.
this is how it goes:

Front Squats: 3 sets of 10
High Bar, Narrow Stance, 1 and 1/3 Squats (bar high on back): 3 sets of 10
High Bar, Medium Stance Squats: 3 sets of 10
Leg Extensions: 1 set of 10
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wow, actually I also missed the setup of which muscles on which day, so I'll go hams and shoulders on wednesday and rearrange the schedule a little bit for this week, then start with the right order next week.
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