SAVE 20% at RedCon1.com! Visit: http://www.redcon1.com?aff=4902 – Dave Palumbo talks about workout routines and what works to build muscle. One of the most commonly asked questions in bodybuilding, with the several different programs and schools of thoughts, Dave drills home a message that finding what works for you helps cut through the noise and information overload which sometimes gets the better of us. It’s another RX Rant, powered by RedCon1, on RXMuscle.com. SAVE 20% at RedCon1.com! Visit: http://www.redcon1.com?aff=4902 – Subscribe to the RXMuscle YouTube channel! Never miss an RX TV show, segment, or update. Sign up to become an RXMuscle.com member (free registration):http://forums.rxmuscle.com/register.php Follow RXMuscle on Instagram: http://instagram.com/official_rxmuscle Follow RXMuscle on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rxmuscledotcom/ Follow RXMuscle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rxmuscledotcom RXMuscle.com and RX Television is your home for the best bodybuilding news, contest coverage, original feature programming, and opinions from the top analysts and pros in the bodybuilding world.
37 thoughts on “WORKOUT ROUTINES THAT BUILD MUSCLE!”
What topics do you want Dave to address in his next RANT?
Giuseppe Fragomeni perfect
Nolva vs Clomid
Your truly a good guy Dave and hope to build a life long sincere friendship with you. Sincerely, Big Rob
What is best for natural vs. enhanced trainees
How to shore up weak points and adjust other muscle groups to account for this period of focus.
CONSISTENCY IS KEY! & HEAVY COMPOUND MOVEMENTS.. An Yea Yea Rest too
@Felony Muscle Are you able to lift heavy on compounds and higher reps above 5 with only 45 seconds rest? If so please share the secret on how to do that.
@ryan rogers become a beast
@ryan rogers that’s how I’m able to change my physique an see results in weeks
@Felony Muscle Becoming a beast is the goal but would you mind sharing the weights you’re using and the reps with only 45 seconds rest?
The Rants are one of my favorite videos on RX, Dave!
The Rants and interviews. Muscle in the Morning sucks
Thanks Dave another great video…Best channel on Youtube for bodybuilding…
So what about multiple, recent studies showing the high-frequency training (training each muscle 2-3 times a week) with the volume spread out over the week instead of blasting one body part once a week, being much more superior for muscle growth?
@Gilad again, spread your research. Go watch Greg Doucette and John Meadows. High frequency training IFBB pros.
@TRK Just going based off of my own experience. I have trained both ways and have garnered more results from 2-3 times a week per muscle group
@Harrison Clark I watch all of them and tried most training styles in the past 2 years. I currently believe Dorian yates training style of heavy training high intensity with reducing junk sets is the way to go.
@Gilad To each their own brother. Glad it’s working for you
@Edward Fortae Jay worked out that way. And I’d argue he looked pretty good 😉
Dave, We love you. Keep up the great content. You need to post vids each day of you discussing topics.
So true! I remember in the early 90s we would all lift 6 days a week. The guys that would only go with us 2 or 3 days got the biggest . We couldnt understand back then why.
I got to my biggest on accident. I would go monday Tuesday and say Thursday when I started my job and I blew up. Used to go every day when I didn’t know better. I was lean and had some size but not like when I actually rested. I’m happy I realized it at a young age
Good Rant that makes perfect sense.
You’re training should reflect you’re hormone intake as well as food
I like to weight train a bodypart everyother day
Rich piana says there’s no such thing as over training, wtf
Milton Geronimo when you’re body is pumped full of drugs
Really good one Dave !
Dave has a bit of bias when it comes to low volume routines, even though there are just as many massive pro’s that train high vol with a high frequency.
and Palumbo looked like absolute dogshit as well. One of the worst physiques in the history of the sport.
@Shawn Stone I agree he had an ugly physique and was structurally akward, but you have to admit he was massive and he knew how to put on muscle.
When u coming to seattle???????
6:08 The most potent statement. 1) Rest 2) train with intensity for shorter durations. Makes way too much sense.
Training is one of the most misunderstand topics. Try a few routines / rep ranges and see which your body responds the best too!
First good morning Colombo and just want express my self and said thank you for you advised look very come sens about it I workout if I feel a little bit tare I rest and no rush for nothing because I have work out smart thank you
No one worked as hard in the gym as Ronnie Coleman. And he is paying for it now !