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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Was wondering what everyone thinks is the best program for bodybuilding and Powerlifting. I ran 2 cycles or 5/3/1 at the start or my cut but ditched it for a P/P/L as the strength would probably plateau in a deficit. However with the end if my cut in site planning for some lean gains
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WinnersNeverQuit private msg quote post Address this user
First off, you x an Increase strength on a cuf, many on here have done it, it's just a little harder.

Before she recommend programmes, how long have you been lifting?
Did you enjoy 5/3/1? If so, go back to it, it works wonders for many people
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
5/3/1 was ok not sure if I maybe didn't give it long enough. Currently been lifting 5 years but first 2-3 weren't really what they could have been rookie mistakes
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Originally Posted by DanMmmFood
5/3/1 was ok not sure if I maybe didn't give it long enough.


@DanMmmFood defintitely need to try 5/3/1 for longer.

However, I agree it's less than ideal on a cut.

I love 5/3/1 because you can customize it any way. What are you looking to get out of the program?
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Some solid strength gains have goals for each lift I'd like to reach but also for it to be enjoyable I get bored quickly not with the big 3 but with accessory work
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MMB private msg quote post Address this user
Well the accessory work in 531 is exactly what you can customize the you want so.. Just do 531 one main and then do whatever you enjoy.
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Seeming 5/3/1 then guessing most of you go upper lower for it?

Anyone familiar with jonnie canditos 6 week program
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Westside for Skinny Bastards by Joe DeFranco. You won't get bored, your maxes will go up, and it's a true powerlifting program, not a general strength program. -3X
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Looks pretty good would you recommend putting a second lower day in with doing P/P/L I know I can handle the two days on legs and I don't play any sports any more that would hinder recovery
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Just noticed the link on the article to West side for skinny bastards 3 which is 4 days going on a program for skinny bastards and I thought 155lbs at 6 ft 1 was pretty big
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THE GODFATHER wannabemuscular private msg quote post Address this user
@DanMmmFood You thought 155lb at 6'1" was pretty big? Really?
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Haha hell no I'd look almost mo farah skinny
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THE GODFATHER wannabemuscular private msg quote post Address this user
@DanMmmFood Well, who would know when you don't have a profile pic up.
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
True need to sort that but could still be misleading as yours suggests your iron you must have some pretty impressive lifts Tony
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THE GODFATHER wannabemuscular private msg quote post Address this user
Haha, yeah, but I do have a pic in my profile. I AM IRON MAN!
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Hmm if I could be anyone who would I be... ill have a think and get one
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With ws4sb 3 do you think it would be ok to switch a couple of bits in the dynamic Leg day if it's aimed at athletes and I'd only be aiming strength and size? And also there seems to be no direct Tricep work I know there's a lot of pressing but is that enough for triceps? And one direct shoulder exercise a week again could it be fiddled to have more?
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No, no, and no. If you want a powerlifting routine you have to realize you're training movements, not muscles. -3X
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DanMmmFood private msg quote post Address this user
Well that's that cheers for the info will be giving this program some time after I finish my cut thanks
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If you're not interested in running something strictly for powerlifting, you could make some tweaks, but I would personally run it as it's set up for 6-8 weeks before I did that to see if you really even need to tweak. -3X
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