Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by JS, Oct 10, 2007.
some people say all week others say 3 x a wk ..wtf is it?
15 if you're a pusssy.
depends on your goals, your body type
should be done at all times.
to build up slightly, im 5'11" 220lb
isn't there a whole section for this?
you can weight train everyday if you want, just not the same muscle groups
f&n is filled with snooty faggots
Need to give yourself at least one day to recover and rebuild...
describe "build up slightly"
ya you should go to the fitness and nutrition section, but to bulk up you need to focus more on your diet than your training. 3 days a week training your different muscle groups, eating lots of good clean calories, lots of water..figure out how many calories you need to gain.
i go every other day
id go with 3 at least
To build up? Aren't u a little fat already?
3-4 depending on your endurance, depth of workout, and goals
I'm 5'11 and 203 - trying to lose weight, not bulk up
All you need to do is convert that fat into muscle, just hit the weights and eat healthier, its that simple. Cardio helps to bring your metabolism up
When I was working out it was 5-6 days a week, cardio every day and alternating muscle groups every other day i.e biceps, back and leg curls one day, then triceps chest and squats the next.
Just don't do the same muscle every day (except abs and core) and you'll be good
3x/week. Cardio, pushups, eating right, it all helps
two a days every day for two years
I go 5 times a week
how long after eating can you puomp up?
cuz you shouldnt be digesting food or whatever while u get brolly?
something about complex carbs.. i dunno
5-11'' /220 is pretty big
Depends on how often you want to train and how much volume you're doing.
You can do each muscle group once a week with high volume. You can do each muscle group more frequently with lower volume (so you recover faster).
It depends on your goals, too. Bodybuilding is different from powerlifting which is different from training for a triathlon, etc.
they know their shit. trust me. a guy like this asking the off topic forum this question isn't going to get a lot of intelligent answers... read some articles on bodybuilding.com dude, or t-nation. there are many different workout routines that require different frequency then others.