I have been training like a powerlifter(no competitions) for
the past 2 years or so and want to make the transition over
to bodybuilding since I don't have a problem dieting and want
to be more aesthetically pleasing. I attached an image to show
why I want to get into bodybuilding because after all these
years of training I'm sitting at a relatively low body weight compared
to my above average strength and I feel that I look like crap.
I did a search "powerlifting to bodybuilding" and was not able
to find the answers that I needed. This came the closest.
What I am looking for is a clear cut no room for ambiguity program to follow.
Going through the articles in the search that I did I read Dave Tate's article
about his experiences as a young bodybuilder and college. He suggested
to do a program that hits each body-part twice a week. I would have no problem
doing that since I can workout 6 days a week and I have a gym within a one minute
walk from where I live.
Some background information about my general level of strength/fitness.
I am 5'8 185 lbs and I have no idea what by bodyfat is I would guess somewhere
between 13-15%. I have been doing 5/3/1 program for the past month and have logged
the following numbers recently. Squat: 320X12......Deadlift: 370x7 (No straps)
Bench: 260 x 4...and for shoulders I can dumbbell military press 95's X 7 with
good form no spot..........I know numbers are irrelevant in bodybuilding
but wanted to give an idea that my strength levels are well above average.
I would like to follow a program tailored specifically to suit my needs which are
basically no ambiguity, not overly complicated and hits each bodypart twice a week.
Open to advice/suggestions. Thanks.