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What is the best workout plan for gaining muscle mass?

I am a 19 year old male weighing at 155 lbs and is 5 ft. 8 inches (roughly). I just want the best workout plan (no matter if its 3 days or 5…which ever is the best) for gaining muscle mass, becoming stronger, and toning my body.
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2 Responses to “What is the best workout plan for gaining muscle mass?”

  1. J-Man said:

    STEROIDS! LOL! nah, anywayz you should only eat vegetables and fruits, and on weekends you can eat like burgers but only with the equal amount of vegies and fruit. And on the weekdays and weekends go to teh gym and work out 2 hours a day and some workouts in your own home, and take the next day off and just excercise and go to the gym every yother day so your body can rest a day after each workout day.

  2. snugum1911 said:

    Hello, I think I can help you. Best beginner bodybuilding workout

    Novices will generally see substantial progress early on if they do 1-3 sets three times weekly for each important body part. Most people decide to do this kind of workout on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Most commonly, a single exercise is done for each part and it is one the majority of people are familiar with. For instance, bodybuilders tend to do bench presses for their chests and squats for their legs. They repeat each exercise a moderate number of times, most often between 8 and 12.

    Best intermediate workout plan

    An intermediate bodybuilding workout for building muscle mass typically means exercising two or three body parts each workout, and usually there are four workouts done in a week. The same groups of body parts are worked two times every week. For instance, Monday and Thursday may be a chest, shoulders and triceps workout, while the Tuesday and Friday routines might be for legs, biceps and back. Usually you do between five and ten sets for each body part, and repeat each about six to ten times.

    Best advanced bodybuilding program

    One type of advanced bodybuilding sessions or workouts involves doing one body part per workout. One example consists of legs on Monday, chest on Tuesday, back on Wednesday, arms on Thursday, and Shoulders on Friday. The number of sets can be very high, sometimes over 20. Repetitions are usually pretty low, typically not more than six. Most of the time, at least 3 different exercises are performed for each body part.

    You can use a split routine as part of your weights or muscle program. This method works one group of muscles in the morning and another group in the afternoon. This is a very intense method which can be used to break down body parts or work stubborn muscle groups. It requires a higher intake of calories and careful attention to technique to avoid injury. For these reasons it is usually only performed by professionals. I hope this helps




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