my advice is to actually do something for a few months before you start asking questions about bulking. If you have any questions on the “doing”, fire away.
I realize after 2 months of lifting I’m pretty much opening myself up for attacks when asking questions about longterm results. I was just curious. I have been working hard in the gym and have been trying to get to know all the exercises and what my body can do. I just figured I was ready to start on a “routine” and begin working toward a goal, but I didn’t want to set out on it not knowing how far to take it.
From a few of the posts I suppose I will not worry about time spent and worry more about results that I see. [/quote]
The problem is, most guys who have been training for a while will not even understand what the issue is. I know I don’t. I started lifting weights to get bigger and stronger from the FIRST DAY I set foot in a gym. I don’t even understand having trained for two months without shooting for a goal. What have you been doing in the gym? Does this mean you have NOT been eating more and lifting heavy? What would you all do without the internet?
You set goals and then work towards them. That’s it. The rest involves hard work on your part. It is not more complicated than that.