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Excerpt: Hi, I am a longtime lurker and my weight hit that enough-is-enough-point. I already lost five pounds in the three weeks I have been changing my lifestyle and started weightlifting three times a week, for stress relief, personal enjoyment and against muscle loss. Thing is, I noticed, that my shoulders, back and arms have been growing quite a bit, so I would like some advice on a more suitable routine for still fitting into my button-downs. I currently go to the gym three times a

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    best program?

    Hi, I am a longtime lurker and my weight hit that enough-is-enough-point.


    I already lost five pounds in the three weeks I have been changing my lifestyle and started weightlifting three times a week, for stress relief, personal enjoyment and against muscle loss.


    Thing is, I noticed, that my shoulders, back and arms have been growing quite a bit, so I would like some advice on a more suitable routine for still fitting into my button-downs.


    I currently go to the gym three times a week, following the beginners routine from aworkoutroutine.com with alternating workouts:
    All Exercises in three sets of ten with the same weight.


    Workout A:
    Squats
    Benchpress
    Rows

    Workout B:
    Deadlifts
    Shoulderpress
    Pull-Ups (still assisted)

    So, since only my upper body possesses superhero potential, can you tell me if a different number of sets (more with less repetitions, less with more???) would be better for the arm and shoulder exercises?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Re: best program?

    there are 2 stickies in the weight training section

    on splits and on 5x5's.. either will work perfectly fine but since you are female you might do well on split routines. i personally don't like your split routine as it is now.. to much mish mash. i would strive to do something like a push/pull/leg split instead
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    Re: best program?

    Quote Quote posted by MelindaJones11 View Post
    Hi, I am a longtime lurker and my weight hit that enough-is-enough-point.


    I already lost five pounds in the three weeks I have been changing my lifestyle and started weightlifting three times a week, for stress relief, personal enjoyment and against muscle loss.


    Thing is, I noticed, that my shoulders, back and arms have been growing quite a bit, so I would like some advice on a more suitable routine for still fitting into my button-downs.


    I currently go to the gym three times a week, following the beginners routine from aworkoutroutine.com with alternating workouts:
    All Exercises in three sets of ten with the same weight.


    Workout A:
    Squats
    Benchpress
    Rows

    Workout B:
    Deadlifts
    Shoulderpress
    Pull-Ups (still assisted)

    So, since only my upper body possesses superhero potential, can you tell me if a different number of sets (more with less repetitions, less with more???) would be better for the arm and shoulder exercises?

    Thanks in advance,
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    I'd split up your bodyoarts a little more. Push pull legs you can still do 3 days a week and just add more volume to each workout

    Back/biceps

    Chest/shoulders/tris

    Legs
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    Re: best program?

    Quote Quote posted by RickRock13 View Post
    I'd split up your bodyoarts a little more. Push pull legs you can still do 3 days a week and just add more volume to each workout

    Back/biceps

    Chest/shoulders/tris

    Legs
    Agree with this.

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