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Are there any versions of a 3x5 or 5x5 program were i also do like dips pullups push ups just so i dont lose muscle or definition?? i really want strong core lifts but also want to keep my muscle and definition??

Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar.

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Ouch lol

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]
LOL ok bro hahahahhaah

WHy wouldn’t the core lifts give you muscle ? CONFUSED.

Yes. It’s called 5x5… with pull-ups and push-ups as assistance work.

Let me tell you, I wish someone had told me this back when I started. I’ve lost almost all my muscle and definition ever since my core-lifts started getting strong.

alright first off when i did it because 5 reps isnt hypertrophy… soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo thats why i was asking about pushups or pullups or lunges, DERPPPPADERP

just follow your heart man. thats all you can do

[quote]spyderboys wrote:
alright first off when i did it because 5 reps isnt hypertrophy… soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo thats why i was asking about pushups or pullups or lunges, DERPPPPADERP[/quote]

Its more about total volume bud. Which is going to stimulate more growth, 6x5 @ 80-85%, or 3x10-12 @ 50%? both are “30 reps”…

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:slight_smile:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:)[/quote]

You can in less formal writing. I wouldn’t do it when writing technical documents, proposals, or school papers of course. Read some novels, you’ll see it there.

And there is a point where grammatical and spelling errors become so atrocious that it becomes difficult to pay attention to the message. Such as in Spydy’s case.

edit: It looks like the mods changed the title of the thread from ‘stronlifts’ to ‘Stronglifts’.

Hahah what D bag

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:)[/quote]

You can in less formal writing. I wouldn’t do it when writing technical documents, proposals, or school papers of course. Read some novels, you’ll see it there.

And there is a point where grammatical and spelling errors become so atrocious that it becomes difficult to pay attention to the message. Such as in Spydy’s case.

edit: It looks like the mods changed the title of the thread from ‘stronlifts’ to ‘Stronglifts’.[/quote]

I had no problem understanding his message. You are just grasping at straws now, my friend.

Cheers!:slight_smile:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:)[/quote]

You can in less formal writing. I wouldn’t do it when writing technical documents, proposals, or school papers of course. Read some novels, you’ll see it there.

And there is a point where grammatical and spelling errors become so atrocious that it becomes difficult to pay attention to the message. Such as in Spydy’s case.

edit: It looks like the mods changed the title of the thread from ‘stronlifts’ to ‘Stronglifts’.[/quote]

The question isnt about the actual grammar. Nobody gives a single fuck on the internet about grammar. The question is why did you have to come at the OP like a Douche nugget.

I know you haven’t been around the these particular forums for very long, but we get a lot of trolls around here. Two tale-tell signs of trolling evident in this particular case are painfully obvious grammatical and spelling errors combined with very basic false premises in the question.

Also, did you look at his third post in this thread? Am I the only one that sensed the amount of attitude in that post? I don’t believe that one was even directed at me.

And truth be told, I’ve given him more helpful information than you have at this point. If he is genuinely looking for information on how to get strong and grow muscle, the beginner’s stickies will help a ton and help with basic questions like the one he had. Also, in life using some at least half-way decent communication skills will surely help not just on the ‘interwebs’, but in real life too.

I’m not trying to be antagonistic towards you, but that’s just how it is.

And Spydy if you’re really not trolling, you have my apologies and good luck.

Alright, everyone needs to stfu no one has answered my question well you have kinda but link me this sheeettttttttt idk how to use this site its so confusing lol. but in all seriousness ill look at those stickys, my appologies about my Gr4mm3r!!! :wink: oh fletchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh btwwwwwwwwwww no one cares about grammar on this site, if you do i am sorry but you must be mind fucked every night reading forums, and i am not a troll your apologie is accepted, now if i have offended anyone in anyway i am sorry. now everyone calm down youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu kunts!

[quote]spyderboys wrote:
Alright, everyone needs to stfu no one has answered my question well you have kinda but link me this sheeettttttttt idk how to use this site its so confusing lol. but in all seriousness ill look at those stickys, my appologies about my Gr4mm3r!!! :wink: oh fletchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh btwwwwwwwwwww no one cares about grammar on this site, if you do i am sorry but you must be mind fucked every night reading forums, and i am not a troll your apologie is accepted, now if i have offended anyone in anyway i am sorry. now everyone calm down youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu kunts![/quote]

Lol I vote troll.

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:)[/quote]

You can in less formal writing. I wouldn’t do it when writing technical documents, proposals, or school papers of course. Read some novels, you’ll see it there.

And there is a point where grammatical and spelling errors become so atrocious that it becomes difficult to pay attention to the message. Such as in Spydy’s case.

edit: It looks like the mods changed the title of the thread from ‘stronlifts’ to ‘Stronglifts’.[/quote]

I had no problem understanding his message. You are just grasping at straws now, my friend.

Cheers!:slight_smile: [/quote]

Oh good lord. I said nothing about understanding, I said paying attention. If you didn’t have any trouble paying attention through all that then more power to you.

Anyway, whether stronglifts has you doing 5x5 straight weight or if it ramps up the weight each set, it’ll get you both bigger and stronger at a beginner’s level provided you eat enough and I highly doubt doing some pushups and chins on the side could hurt.

And definition is a matter of leanness. Without knowing what your bodyfat levels are and your goals, I can’t tell you the best route to achieve having more muscle and definition.

A lot of the bb’s on the site use ramps in their training.

Specifically OP, what are your goals? You’ll get the best help if you’re specific.

And, that one’s for you Caltene :wink: , for Pete’s sake!!! Have I been nice enough to the OP yet!

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:

[quote]Caltene wrote:

[quote]Fletch1986 wrote:
Just in case you’re not a troll, look at the stickies in the beginner’s forum. And clean up your spelling and grammar. [/quote]

Speaking of grammar, you can’t start a sentence with “And”. Nice try, though.:)[/quote]

You can in less formal writing. I wouldn’t do it when writing technical documents, proposals, or school papers of course. Read some novels, you’ll see it there.

And there is a point where grammatical and spelling errors become so atrocious that it becomes difficult to pay attention to the message. Such as in Spydy’s case.

edit: It looks like the mods changed the title of the thread from ‘stronlifts’ to ‘Stronglifts’.[/quote]

I had no problem understanding his message. You are just grasping at straws now, my friend.

Cheers!:slight_smile: [/quote]

Oh good lord. I said nothing about understanding, I said paying attention. If you didn’t have any trouble paying attention through all that then more power to you.

Anyway, whether stronglifts has you doing 5x5 straight weight or if it ramps up the weight each set, it’ll get you both bigger and stronger at a beginner’s level provided you eat enough and I highly doubt doing some pushups and chins on the side could hurt.

And definition is a matter of leanness. Without knowing what your bodyfat levels are and your goals, I can’t tell you the best route to achieve having more muscle and definition.

A lot of the bb’s on the site use ramps in their training.

Specifically OP, what are your goals? You’ll get the best help if you’re specific.

And, that one’s for you Caltene :wink: , for Pete’s sake!!! Have I been nice enough to the OP yet! [/quote]
alright cool, do u want me to give you my goals, BF, or anything?