Is starting strength or StrongLifts really necessary
Stronglifts 5x5 or Pure Chest Workout?
I've just lost about 35 pounds of fat and now I'm looking forward to building muscle for the summer. I'm 5 11 and about 172 pounds. I looked for information and narrowed my options to two programs. My goals are primarily to build muscle around my chest area; Basically, you have more defined picks and you lose fat around my abdominal area and make my abdominal area harder. Better defined biceps, triceps would be great too, but not the main focus here. I've focused on Stronglifts 5x5 for a while and it seems like a great program, but I've heard that it's more focused on gaining strength than necessarily on getting a more defined look. The other program I found is the following:
The program seems to be what I really want to do, but I don't know if Stronglifts 5x5 can give me the same results. I would rather go with Stronglifts 5x5, simply because of the app and the easier schedule. What would you recommend? How about something like Stronglifts 5x5 one day, then rest, then pure chest training and rest and so on and so forth?
I really disagree with punching strength programs that they don't do anything for size. You just can't push your body weight overhead or squat twice as much as your body weight without being tall and powerful.
I've never curled up in over a decade, and my arms are bigger than 90% of the people in a gym (which honestly doesn't say much). Because even though I don't do curls, I row a barbell 200 pounds and do 60 pound weighted pull-ups.
For almost everyone and certainly in your situation, I would recommend:
- A good barbell program like Strong Lifts 5x5. The starting strength is great too, but if you like SL 5x5 go for it.
- Achieve medium strength standards. In all fairness, until you are at least mediocre in your physical strength, it's just silly to focus on anything else.
- After you all After reaching standards (maybe take the clean out if you really want to), you have an incredibly balanced exercise regimen, lots of good habits, and a foundation for bodybuilding, strength competitions, or some form of general athletics.
There are many exercise rats out there who immediately go for bodybuilding, and a year later they are almost always the same people with chicken legs, blown shoulders, and weak backs.
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