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Somesie - September 2, 2018

Hi BHUD,

For a workout that is 5×5: Can I perform those 5 sets by pushing each set for AMRAP and having a rep goal? Do you think a rep goal of 30 is suitable for those 5 sets?

Ben Somes

Mike Pye - August 30, 2018

I am an older guy (48) and just recently started lifting again after about a 15 year layoff due injuries and surgeries etc. i was digging in my shed recently and found my old “ARM BLASTER”. I always loved that piece of equipment.I haven’t heard of anyone using one of these in at least 20 years..i was wondering why ? and should i start using it again ?

Somesie - August 29, 2018

In regard to rest pause training: Could I perform my two major compound movements for the day as regular sets – have a good rest interval of 90 seconds, then later do my smaller lifts (for example bodyweight pull ups, shrugs, tricep extensions…) as rest pause sets? I’ve sometimes heard that rest-pause is not for beginners and is an advanced technique. Now that I’m a late beginner, would this ever hinder my progress or would this be all-round great way for getting in more work in less time?

Paul Dranoel - August 15, 2018

Wrong post

Niels - August 6, 2018

Hey BHUD,
are staggered/paired sets good for saving time while not reducing effectiveness? I heard that supersets reduce your effectiveness as you get further into them. For example, with a biceps-triceps paired set, you could do curls, rest 1 min, do dips, rest 1 min and repeat (you’d get 2+ min of rest for the muscle group and a bit of rest to catch your breath in between).

Giannis Petrakis - July 30, 2018

I think it’s worth making a video about it.
If you could make any changes in the massive iron book of yours , what would those be and why?

Danial Hashmi - July 29, 2018

Hi i have just recently started bodybuilding and follow a full body routine but am curious on wheather or not to bring te weight up during sets for pyramids or decrease the weight during the sets for reverse pyramids

Bad priest - July 28, 2018

How much protein do you need to build muscle?
Doctors saying. 0.5-0.8 is enough while more than that it turns to sugar, and you will not burn fat calories when you’re working out, in fact it will not make you protein go to your muscles..etc.
The question is how much protein and carbohydrates, fat you need?

Bad priest - July 28, 2018

How much protein do you need to build muscle?
Doctors saying. 0.5-0.8 is enough while more than that it turns to sugar, and you will not burn fat calories when you’re working out, in fact it will not make you protein go to your muscles..etc.
The question is how much protein and carbohydrates, fat you need to build muscle?

Roy Mohimi - July 28, 2018

Hi Steve,

I hope you are well.

I only have 3 days a week to train, i currently follow a full body workout and i was wondering how do i combine both strength and muscle building into the same workout 3 days a week, can you please recommend some reps and sets range to adopt for each goal. Thanks for your help as usual.

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