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Old 09-04-2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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Hey guys and gals, My name is Casey and I just registered today. I'm starting a bodybuilding program for the first time. I downloaded a proven routine from Shawn LeBrun called get huge and shredded.
Like I say this is all new to me and I need as much help as possible.
I'm 5'6 and weigh 145 lbs. I'm not a bean pole and I think my arms, etc, are decent considering I have never lifted weights. I have little gut that I hate and I want so much to get ripped and pack on muscle mass. I think the shawn Lebrun routine is good, however I'm confusted on what and how much to eat. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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http://www.bodybuilding.net/nutritio...eats-1789.html

This will help you get started.
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Also guys, what weight should I shoot for. Personally I would like to be around 165-180 lbs.
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thanks for the info.
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Also guys, what weight should I shoot for. Personally I would like to be around 165-180 lbs.

That's a good goal. Once you hit it, you'll want to be 200...then even more..it's addictive.
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This whole shawn lebrun "huge and shredded" sounds a little iffy.....like asked in you other thread, post it if you have it, out of curiosity

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You have a good goal weight in mind that you can definitely achieve. Like Talo said however, it is addictive.
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This whole shawn lebrun "huge and shredded" sounds a little iffy.....like asked in you other thread, post it if you have it, out of curiosity
yeah, I would also like to see this "proven" routine.
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I downloaded the routine from his website, it cost me $40. Maybe stupid on my part. But the weight lifting and cardio routines are real similar to other big name builders like Christopher Mohr and Lee Haney. The part that confuses me is the meal plan I should take.
Like I said I want to get up to around 180 and then go from there, but I want to pack on muscle, not be a fat slob. Help me with my meal plans and how many calories per day and how many from each macronutrient. Thanks
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What does your diet look like now?
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