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Old 02-19-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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hey guys im new to the forum, i have been working out for about 2 years now. I'm 6'2" and weigh right around 190 lbs. I was thinking about taking supplements but i am not sure what to take, i am looking for something to get stronger and bigger, lol i no thats what everyone wants, but i just would like to see alittle more results, anything u guys have in mind, what would you say is the best thing u guys have taken thats boosted your strength and/or size. I would like to have a max of 300 lbs on bench before highschool graduation which is in end of june, my max is just under 250 now, any ideas guys. thanks
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Creatine, waxy maize, BCAAs are a good place to start. I'm sure others will suggest some more but I know creatine will help. Creatine mono is effective and fairly inexpensive, but supplementation will only help so much. What does your routine look like as well as your diet. These are much more important than supplementation. Good luck.

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Protein. Read the "How to Bulk" sticky in the nutrition forum. I would bet money that your diet isn't good...and that is more important than all of the supplements in the world. Getting your diet right is the best way to put on size.
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Protein. Read the "How to Bulk" sticky in the nutrition forum. I would bet money that your diet isn't good...and that is more important than all of the supplements in the world. Getting your diet right is the best way to put on size.
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As far as my routine i do chest and tri's one day bi's, forearm, legs another day, abs, legs, back + shoulders next day. As far as my diet goes you guessed correctly it probably isn't good. I normally have eggs or cereal in the a.m. sandwhich or burger for lunch, and then steak, chicken, or about once a week fast food with friends, what should i be eating i read the thing you told me to read but i am still not to sure what it means. Any help would be appreciated, thanks guys.
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Read the "How to Bulk" sticky in the nutrition forum.
And the "What a bodybuilder eats" sticky.

Could you write your workout down so it's legible? I have no idea what you're talking about...it's just a bunch of words that are run together. Also list your rep ranges and number of sets as well as when your rest days are.
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Ross is right. You need to break things down for us better in order for our input to be useful. That means diet as well as routine.
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As far as my routine i do chest and tri's one day bi's, forearm, legs another day, abs, legs, back + shoulders next day. As far as my diet goes you guessed correctly it probably isn't good. I normally have eggs or cereal in the a.m. sandwhich or burger for lunch, and then steak, chicken, or about once a week fast food with friends, what should i be eating i read the thing you told me to read but i am still not to sure what it means. Any help would be appreciated, thanks guys.
Day1: chest and tri
Day2: Bi, forearm, legs
Day3: Abs, Legs, Back, Shoulders
Is this what you ment? needs some modification if so. What kind of exercises are you doing for each of these body parts?
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Day 1: Bench Press - 215lbs 4 sets of 7-8
Incline DB Press 75lb dumbells 4 sets of 10
Decline Smith Machine Bench Press- 250 lbs 4 sets of 8
Flat Bench DB Press- 90 lb dumbells 3 sets of 6-7

Day 2: DB curls- 3 sets w/ 55lb DB's of 12
Dips- 4 sets of 15
Tricep Pulldown- 3 sets of 12
EZ Bar Curls- 4 sets of 12
Skull Crushers- 3 sets of 15
3 sets of 21's
forearm curls 4 sets of 15
Straight bar standing curls 4 sets of 10-12

Day 3: Iso Row - 4 sets of 10-12
Lat Pulldown- 4 sets of 12
Leg Press- 3 sets of 12-15
Leg Curl- 3 sets of 8-10
Leg Extension- s sets of 12
DB shrugs- 4 sets of 20
Deadlift- 3 sets of 10

As far as the diet goes it varies daily depending on whats made for dinner still living at home so the parents make dinner, but heres what it basically is:
Breakfast: Cereal w/ milk and bannana
Lunch: Sandwiches w/ chips, milk or soda and random food
Protein shake before and after workout
Supper: (I Work at a restaurant so i get free food so this one is never a set meal) Normally a chicken sandwich with fries and soda and mostly all the time with a salad.
Occasionally a protein shake before bed (depending on how much money i have for protein)

hope this helps guys, sorry i cant be more helpful with the diet cause it is never really the same, but thats why im asking for advice on it, thanks guys,
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