Finalizing routine for school bulking season.

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  1. Maverik60

    Maverik60 New Member

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    so all summer ive been posting here reading the archives and slowly just eating right getting a good diet going. and getting back into some sort of shape back when i was playing soccer (so cardio and just getting in shape) But now since school is going to start i want to do a turnaround from a skinny kid to a bb'er. im stuck on a routine though. ive seen the billstar routine and ive seen christophers. ive also seen a routine that from wannabebig.com that someone posted the forum i checked it out. didnt like it because it seemed on a more serious not then F&N (F&N > *) but i did see a routine that i kinda liked. so can someone please tell me, if this routine is a good starting base.


    would this routine be a good starting base? if not anyone generous enough to help fix it? or giving good advice on what to take out and what to fix.

    Or should i just go for christophers routine..

    Stats:
    weight : 135 (holy SHIT LIGHW8iGHT)
    heigh : 5'6-5'7

    Diet: Mostly Chicken, with meals of seafood, lamb, occasional goat. No beef/pork. Eat 3x a day. Try to get proper campus meals (no fastfood) Subway is a yes. i have 3 smaller snacks a day too, whether it be a lean cuisine meal some pudding oatmeal salad.

    starting sept 7, rest of this month leading up is just getting everything finalized starting pictures.
     
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    the main problem I see is that you need way more than occasional goat in your diet if you are at all serious about this.






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    Split up back and chest.
     
  4. shastaisforwinners

    shastaisforwinners OT Supporter

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    I tend to agree. That's going to be a brutal day. Also, I have a feeling you won't be eating nearly enough. Eat more.
     
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    err.. occasional goat? lol not like i eat goat meat ever day. chicken i eat everyday. fish every weekend at least once. lamb every 2 weeks. i am serious. ye ill eat more always have that one problem.

    if i split up chest/back
    should i do

    chest/tri

    back/bicep

    shoulders/abs

    legs.

    a 4 day split?
     
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    pics of you?

    short crew represent!
     
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    It's been pretty evident that you need to be dedicated to do something like bill starr's routine. The first day is really pretty daunting.

    If you were me, I'd probably do bill starr's routine
     
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    ok thats for the help. superbri mind sending that excel?
     
  9. Soren

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    It's typical to do chest/tri and back/bi, yet you prefer the unconventional method. Why?

    BTW, can you send me your routine?
     
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    Whoa, your school offers seafood, goat and lamb? Which school is that? :bigthumb:
     
  11. Maverik60

    Maverik60 New Member

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    no just seafood, i was talking about my house my mom sometimes makes curried goat/lamb which is amazing considering i hate most curry lol /exitwhitewash
     
  12. Sgt. Ownage

    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    chest/bi back/tri is better...but i wouldnt even do that anyway
     
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    Thats the giveaway thats its a good routine. Getting stronger takes hard work, people are lazy, therefore they dont want to do hard work. Therefore people are unlikely to do the things that it takes to accomplish those goals.
     
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