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Unread 04-07-2014, 01:20 PM
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Hello

after i finish with the rapid fat loss diet/training
i am thinking to begin with the bulking routine.
i training now 12 years and i wondering if it a good choice for a advanced trainer like me?
My goals are to grow bigger and a little stronger.

greetz
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Unread 04-07-2014, 01:28 PM
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Hello

after i finish with the rapid fat loss diet/training
i am thinking to begin with the bulking routine.
i training now 12 years and i wondering if it a good choice for a advanced trainer like me?
My goals are to grow bigger and a little stronger.

greetz
It sounds like you're already MASSIVE, brother. If you're very super duper advanced, do some specialization routines instead to focus on weaker areas of the physique. And maintain the rest.
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Unread 04-07-2014, 01:33 PM
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Generic bulking routine tends to crush people with high levels of strength and development, it's just too much.
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Probably not. Either increase the number of workouts per week or (if you can't recover and/or don't want/can't live in the gym) do specialization training.
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Generic bulking routine tends to crush people with high levels of strength and development, it's just too much.
okee, The bulking routine is only for newbies?
which routine could I follow then? a old school split routine?
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okee, The bulking routine is only for newbies?
which routine could I follow then? a old school split routine?
Are you sure you have been lifting for 12 years when you can't think of a routine to follow? Not trying to be rude, but...
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Are you sure you have been lifting for 12 years when you can't think of a routine to follow? Not trying to be rude, but...

Haha, I can easy tell you a couple routines with my eyes closed for bulking and cutting to.
but i am interested in Lyle personal opinion
(every trainer has a different opinion, different experience and thats fascinating me)
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Are you sure you have been lifting for 12 years when you can't think of a routine to follow? Not trying to be rude, but...
There's LIFTING (for twelve years). And there's (lifting) for twelve years.
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Firstly, congrats on your english, it's already better than a lot of native speakers you see on the forum!

Secondly, it's worth posting your height, weight, and how much you lift, so people can judge how advanced you are.

Thirdly, if you have trained well for 12 years, go here http://forums.lylemcdonald.com/showthread.php?t=1705
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There's LIFTING (for twelve years). And there's (lifting) for twelve years.
yeah and i am LiFtInG for twelve years.
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