baw ha ha ha - no shit. That's my height and weight- so definitely no hulkI'm not huge or anything, but after I workout especially, I look like a beast. I'm only 5'8" 175 so no hulk LOL.
I would say do what works- because what works doesn't always speak to you- but if you get results- do that! Trust me- no processed sugar and no bread doesn't speak to me AT ALL- but it fucking works. so that's what I'm going to do.Do what speaks to you.
completely unnecessary to do and often times counterproductive.Break up your muscle categories for each day and get after it.
again- totally not necessary- especially on a week to week basis. You can stick to the same program for 6-12 weeks and still see a lot of improvements. See stronglifts 5 x 5Change your workouts, shock your muscles and you'll get stronger and see results.
AgreedThis is all good advice. I would note that this is not advice for a beginner. Learn how to do things with proper training first - especially if you are going to squat, deadlift, or do olympic ballistic lifts.
Moreover, using such principles, while a good idea also makes it difficult to judge metrics for strength.
lots of this and eating enough to build if you are looking to bulk- this includes fat.Rest.
I can not even begin to explain the importance of learning to get proper sleep and recovery.
and it's squat day bitches.