Nigga what the fuck is this you just need to eat more. You lost mass
Why do you have the pictures in the wrong order? I was gonna ask why your quads and traps got smaller before I noticed the dates.
>People have said not to do so many reps/sets of the main compound exercises Deadlift etc - Why? Because they take a massive toll on your muscles, especially if you're lifting heavy. If you wanna do 10 sets of squats go ahead, just don't expect to be able to walk in the morning.
get some pull ups in jeez
It looks like You lost weight but raised your stats, youre fine. Just eat more and you’ll get stronger faster, would recommend 5x5 myself for compounds and light isolation, for me i gained more working out 4 days week than I did doing PPL, rest is important.
Also unless you’re on roids it’s gonna take at least a year until you make significant gains, don’t beat yourself up too much. You’re gonna make it.
> Why do you have the pictures in the wrong order?
Because Im retarded
I do 3x10 of 100kg of diddlys usually at end of week, is this too much? what is the sweet spot for a noob?
been trying I can do 4 - 6 with hammer grip but 0 any other way
everyone says eat more, all last week I had it so that I was uncomfortably full almost 24hrs a day and still couldnt get passed my usual heaviest lift, should I continue on this way of eating? skinny fat already worried about becoming fat fat
this dude kinda said the same thing i just said: do compound exercises (the ones i mentioned here ) + some other ones. but especially those 4 are gonna give you big results without needing to be at the gym for 90 fucking minutes every damn day.
despite your autistic inability to illustrate time-progression in sequence, i am able to see some gains. takes a while, in the beginning. keep at ill, youll get fit
do you recommend any routine in particular? maybe PPL with a focus on arms?
Is Greyskull LP a good routine for me to do at this stage?
Bro you're still weak, expecting to see results from a few months of lifting barely any weight to slightly more than barely any weight. Get a lot stronger, get your diet in check, and be patient
Eat and train more bro.
PPL is super legit
Ive been on a bunch of different programs, but what im kinda doing now is basically just:
Bench Squat Deadlifts Pullups Facepulls/standing rows (focusing on my back)
I do 4 sets of those, every other day, in that order (try to do the most painful shit first, I guess) and I try to jog in between.
I'm not sure if its like "scientifically sound" or whatever, but what I've found is that most programs are pretty much the same thing as what im doing right now, plus/minus one or two exercises
Heavy compounds, eat eat eat. Sleep good.
the only question is, do you want to split your workouts into muscle groups, or do everything at once? right now, im doing everything at once, because I dont have time to lift every day, and doing PPL 3 times per week = 1 week between sets for each muscle. thats kinda long desu. so for me, every other day with full body is fine
You looked better on the right, kek.
What are your goals? Strength? Mass?Power?
Deads should be every other training session, several slowly ascending warmup sets, then just one set of 5. Add 10 pounds per training session to that set until you stall, then seek more advanced training. If you’re eating and sleeping enough you won’t stall for a while.
>If you wanna do 10 sets of squats go ahead, just don't expect to be able to walk in the morning. This goes away once you've done it a few times. 10x10 squats are the best.
Grinding deadlift is shit though.
do you fucking people seriously have time for 10 damn sets of squats?
It should only take like 30-40minutes at most. Whats your problem dude, this is a fitness board, why are you surprised people spend time working out? Do you work 80 hours a week? How do you not have time to spend 1-2 hours at the gym?
i have about an hour, and I generally aim for some 5-6 exercises + warmup. no time for 40 minutes on squat
but no i guess im not excited. but it is abit autistic to suggest something like this to some skinny kid just trying to get fit, not WWE-sized
>but no i guess im not excited *surprised, lol
I will start ppl tomorrow im not too worried abt legs but want to remain balanced looking
I have time to lift 7 days a week, but i think ppl might suit best i want to do big lifts twice a week i think ive been doing whats called a brosplit which i probably shouldnt be as a noob so i wanna switch it up for more gains.
I know i plan to work out hard for 4 to 5 more months then cut and hope to look good. Already got some baby mires from 2 girls who hadnt seen me since b4 working out.
Size or well aesthetics really.
I dont think i could take it i do 60kg for 10 reps then 70 for 2 sets of 10 and my legs are fatigued as fuck, cant do any more than that bc my legs just wont push my body up if i go ass to grass.
Recently lost access to proper gym so im home gym at and dont have everythig i need ie no leg press etc so i hold a barbell and do calf raises and maybe 1 or 2 more sets of squats with a much lighter weight say 40kg
PPL is basically Squat+Bench+Deadlifts+Pullups
Bench on Press Squats on Legs Pullups+Deadlifts on Pull
the whole idea is just, those exercises, followed by a couple of more isolated, bitchy exercises
>would recommend 5x5 myself for compounds and light isolation, for me i gained more working out 4 days week than I did doing PPL SL 5x5? How do you do it 4 times a week?
Its going to be hard to not do as many accessory lifts i usually do at least 4 or 5 of them for 3x10 which someone on a prev thread said was also bad idea.
What rep range and how many sets should i be looking at for ppl? And im assuming i need to go as heavy as i can? I.e a weight i cant do for 10 reps
people will say different shit for different reasons. just figure out what works for you, and fucking stick to it. this shit isnt as scientific as some retards here would have you believe
if youre uncertain, i recommend 8-12 if you cant do 8 = lighter weights if you can do more than 12 = heavier weights
Thanks man ill start ppl tomorrow and go for 60kg flat bench for 8 if i can manage