Currently started getting back into doing weights, never done much more
than a month or so and kept it going but this time I’m determined. The workout is as follows:
3 days a week, biceps and chest, triceps and back, shoulders and legs, doing forearms mibe twice a week (as elbows are clicking when doing triceps)
Biceps: bicep curls, hammer curls, side curls
Chest: bench press (dumbbells), incline press (dumbbells), flys
Legs: Squats, Lunges, calf raises
Shoulders: shoulder press, front raises, side raises
Triceps: tricep dips, vertical tricep raises, skull crushers
Back: dead lifts, foot to hip raises(dumbbell), stomach to chest pull-up(barbell)
Forearms: wrist curls, reverse wrist curls
All done 3 sets of 6/8 at as heavy a weight as is possible. Apologies for wrong names of excercises.
Any suggestions on how I can make this any better? (Trying to get bigger as fast as possible not toning)
I like the fire you have in you for this kind of stuff so I’m going to be honest with you.
The training part looks little too robust and complicated. I think you would build a much stronger and faster body if you narrowed it down to 3-4 compound exercises and really became an expert in those. Compound exercises are the bad-ass ones like Squats(front squats), (any)deadlifts, bench presses and so on. The list of a compound exercise, and what constitutes a ‘compound exercise’ is something you can Google.com since I know you want to become a beast.
What’s even more honest is that with the training, all you truly need is to work hard. You can pick less-effective or more-effective exercises depending on what your goal is, sure, but the quality and quantity of your food-intake and your sleep quality, is pretty much non-negotiable.
What am I trying to say? I’m trying to say that as far as the gym goes, you need to get in there and work hard, that’s important. Something that I think is more important though, and quite frankly the hard part, is to sleep 8 hours EVERY day, and eat LOTS of food EVERY day.
How much food? Definitely more than you are eating now. Why? Because you want to work-out like Arnold but continue eating like Justin Bieber. If you want to eat like Arnold, and train like Arnold, you need to eat like Arnold.
How are your meals any different from Arnold’s you might ask? That’s a great question and I think you should Google.com it. The guy is a fountain of wisdom(Bodybuilding-wise).