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By Chris Wright

Chris has spent many years working and teaching in the IT field. He enjoys spending time outdoors and learning about new topics. He likes playing golf, spending time at the beach and working on classic cars and woodworking projects.

37 thoughts on “WORKOUT ROUTINES THAT BUILD MUSCLE!”
    1. @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.

  1. 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?

    1. @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.

  2. 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.

    1. 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

  3. 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

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