Good beginner routine which is not 5x5 or SS
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there is no other GOOD beginner routine
if you dont like it, maybe weightlifting isnt for you
Starting Stronglifts 4*5.
Just bored thats all.
idk just randomly from somewhere
You're building a house, make the foundation solid.
Quit bitching, do the 5x5 for a year and then PPL to the end of time.
>is a beginner
literally never gonna make it
im dead serious user, if you are already bored, while still a fucking beginner, you should seriously consider stopping right now, because you will probably not last
Do a 6 day bro split with 3x8 and make ZERO GAINS
FUCK U OP
Been doing the typical 3x5 for 7 months now
12/10/8 for 2 month with mostly machines
maybe start even 15/15/15 the first 2 weeks to prevent muscle aching.
After that you can either keep going 12/10/8 or change your routine for what you are aiming for . Anyway change your lifts a little bit
Id dump my gf for a night with her
won't happen buddy
unless you squat 5pl8 and are still making progress, you've been doing it wrong and fucking around, and basically kill yourself
5x5->3x5->all-pro's beginer->scooby's intermediate->5/3/1
then you are advanced
I know. I just want to fuck sloots but then i get lonely and settle down and then i want to fuck sloots again
>good beginner routine besides two good beginner routines
Wtf is the point of this thread? Are you allergic to proven programs? Did a barbell kill your dad?
5/3/1 for beginners if you can stand the slow ass progress. It will get you very strong eventually
But why though? There's a reason they're the most frequently mentioned beginner routines - they work. Why reinvent the wheel when you have two simple, efficient programmes that will give you a solid foundation on which to progress?
Sheiko’s 8 week beginner program. Two periodized 4 week blocks.
There is one more program... la programma de la muerte... but I durst not post it. No one has ever undertaken it and lived.
Greyskull has been working well for me. 2 months in and the noob gains are starting to show. Still at absolute baby tier weight on most of my lifts, but they're going up. 170lb diddly feels good.
Anyone have thoughts or experiences with this routine?
I did it, it really increased my lifts enormously.
However, it is really heavy so you need to have the time/enough sleep and mentality for it.