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Day 38 Training one muscle

Old 02-07-2013, 05:07 AM
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Day 38 Training one muscle

Just want some advise on how often to work on a muscle group per week?
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:16 AM
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There is soooooo much information on the internet about what you are asking. If I were you, I would browse a forum dedicated to serious strength training.

If you life heavy, you need to focus on compound lifts, for just one hour or less and only three days a week. Heavy weights, three sets, low reps and using perfect form.

It's also all about perfecting your diet if you want to experience serious gains.
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:35 AM
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I just don't what to search haha

I can only get to the gym 3 days a week, I'm thinking of solidly working on say my chest for an hour and then an hour on my lower back, then different body groups different days.

But is that enough for a week??

So confusing
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Your plan is not good. Only people on steroids should lift for two hours.

If you want to succeed, you are seriously going to have to educate yourself and improve your diet.

I'm not even remotely qualified to help you, but if you want to gain mass, you will have to focus on heavy compound lifts and master your diet.

If you want to succeed, do it right and learn.

The rule of thumb is lift for one hour and get out of the gym. It really is all about your diet and your success depends on your diet.
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Straight:

Go to bodybuilding.com and look up their weight training programs. Everything from beginner to advanced and a super easy to follow format with tons of helpful videos and pictures. Find where you are at with your body, what your goal is, set up a solid nutrition lifestyle, then add the weights and exercise.
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