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  • eduardofaccio30
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    Powerlifting i think is important build first power on your lower and upper body tran. Then you can get muscles easily, obvious it depends of you ADN and body.
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  • papersteroidguy
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    Usually push is my favorite.

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  • PowerFactor
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    CrossFit - all the way baby!

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  • davidbb
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    Old school high intensity for me, can't bring myself to train any other way than all out.
    My fucked up joints limit me a bit though so it's more machines than free weights and reps in the 10-15 range these days

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  • Dr House
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    I do a different kind of 5-3-1. I know it is not encouraged, but I have some shoulder issues, so I cannot do any shoulder presses.

    I do deadlift as core, after that I do leg curls and rows, and biceps.
    I do bench as core, and do chest, triceps and back as assistance.
    I do squat as core, and do leg extensions and leg curl (and leg press if my knee lets me)

    I go for high volume one week, and intensity the other (yates style)

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  • Portillo.
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    Originally posted by Mini Forklift Ⓥ View Post
    Yup.
    Same.

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  • Ajthemeso
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    i do one week targeted toward strength and one week targeted toward hypertrophy week to week. i'm going hulk mode!

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    Originally posted by Portillo. View Post
    Thats pretty much what I meant to ask. If your routine revolves heavily around compound exercises.
    Yup.

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    If there's a hot chick(s) on the treadmill my training usually turns to shit.

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  • Portillo.
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    Originally posted by maxamill29 View Post
    that's because simply just doing compound exercises doesnt constitute as being a "powerlifter" routine. plenty of bodybuilders do compound exercises for 8+ reps.
    Thats pretty much what I meant to ask. If your routine revolves heavily around compound exercises.

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  • RogerThat
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    bodybuilding. If my cousin and training partner was stronger we be doing some power lifting exercises every once in a while to change it up.

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  • JayWesson1
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    Bodybuilding...keeping it 8-12 reps but sometimes I up the volume

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  • maxamill29
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    Originally posted by Portillo. View Post
    Only two votes for powerlifting routines. I thought there would be more seeing how the best way to add slabs of muscle is to focus on the compound exercises. Especially if your a beginner.
    that's because simply just doing compound exercises doesnt constitute as being a "powerlifter" routine. plenty of bodybuilders do compound exercises for 8+ reps.

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  • hodakrob
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    I train high volume 8-15 reps but sometimes I will drop the reps to 4-6 and go as heavy as I can. Either way I'll still doin some strip sets after I go heavy

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  • Portillo.
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    Only two votes for powerlifting routines. I thought there would be more seeing how the best way to add slabs of muscle is to focus on the compound exercises. Especially if your a beginner.

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