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Monday, May 27, 2019

3 Month Muscle Transformation Workout Plan: Beginners - bodybuilding110

Back in the day you had rippling abs, vascular arms and a barrel-like chest. Or it might have been the athletic shape and sexy curves that brought you those second glances.



Either way, we’re here to get that back for you.

In just 3 months you’ll have dropped a jean size, ditched the excess weight and built your confidence higher than you ever though imaginable. If larger muscles or an athletic physique is what you’re after; you’re in the right place.

Whether it’s to improve your appearance and ramp up performance. If it’s to boost muscle mass, fitness or simply just to be confident in your beach clothes…

Truth No. 1: Muscles Grow With Big Lifts In The 8 to 12 Rep Range

Some people like to take a high-volume approach to muscle growth, insisting that challenging, high-rep sets flush the muscles with blood and trigger new growth. Other lifters are monogamous to big-weight lifts, clinging to the fact that to-the-brink sets will build the most muscle, even with very few reps. The middle ground, however, works for everyone — if it’s done right.

Jimmy Peña, MS, CSCS, a Los Angeles–based fitness expert, insists that the greatest gains in muscle come to those who stick to the most proven rep range for muscle growth — eight to 12 reps. “This is the range that is most known, physiologically and anecdotally, to elicit muscle growth,” he says.

Amazingly, there are still debates in fitness circles about which exercises should be used to build mass. Some argue that the greater the variety of exercises, the greater the stress placed on your musculature, the greater your growth in the long run.

“That’s ridiculous,” Peña says. “You can always add variety with single-joint moves, but if gaining mass is your primary goal, you need to stick to bread-and-butter, compound exercises like the bench press, squat and deadlift. Forcing multiple muscle groups to work in concert against progressively heavier resistance is the way to go, period.”

Applied Truth: In this program, you won’t ever perform a set with less than eight or more than 12 reps. Because this is the optimum rep range for hypertrophy — your main goal these 12 weeks — it makes no sense to deviate from it for novelty’s sake. Also, single-joint movements will be a rare find. Major lifts comprise the bulk of the exercises here.
Truth No.2: Add Little Weight Increments

This is one of the biggest mistakes that gym novices make, adding too much weight, too soon. Adding too much weight to what you can lift before your muscles have had enough time to develop and grow stronger, will only increase the risk for injury.

Making small weight increments to your lifts (or even isolation movements) will allow your body to grow and adapt to progressive overload. This is one of the most basic ways to grow stronger and bigger.

Truth No. 3:Training To Failure (And Beyond) Is Required

One of the most misguided gym practices is stopping a set at a certain number when you clearly had more in the tank. Almost every time you see a prescribed rep range, in this magazine or elsewhere, the goal is to hit failure at that number. Failure is the point at which you can no longer perform reps with good form on your own. So if you bang out 12 reps when you could have done 15 or 16, you’re missing out on a slew of anabolic benefits.

“The key for any set that is based on a particular rep or rep range is to select a weight that causes you to fail at that particular rep,” Peña says. “Weight selection is of paramount importance to this program and just about any other. Hitting failure at these rep ranges triggers the pathways in your body where growth occurs. Going with a weight where you can complete more than 12 reps will instead move you more into the endurance-building zone.”

You can also get additional hormonal benefits by adding key intensity techniques to your sets. Extending sets by lowering the weight and continuing to perform reps after initial muscle failure, also known as drop setting, is one easy way to squeeze even more growth-inducing intensity into your workouts. Another way to build mass fast is by taking short, calculated breaks to take advantage of your body’s rapidly replenishing, explosive-energy stores so you can continue for a few more reps. This is known as rest-pause training. Variations on both techniques will be used in this program.

Training to failure, and beyond, causes additional damage within the muscle bellies which, when paired with proper nutrition, is the ideal environment for exponential growth.

This is the muscle transformation plan for you.


Monday – Chest and Triceps
Tuesday – Back and Biceps
Wednesday – OFF
Thursday – Shoulders, Traps and Forearms
Friday – Quads, Hamstrings and Calves
Saturday – OFF
Sunday – OFF


Chest and Triceps Workout

 Bench Press – 3 sets of 6-10 reps
Incline Bench Press – 3 sets of 6-10 reps
Weighted Dips – 3 sets of 6-10 reps
Dumbbell Flyes – 2 sets of 8 to 15 reps
Dumbbell Pullovers – 2 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Standing Tricep Cable Pushdowns – 4 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Seated Two Arm Dumbbell Extension – 3 sets of 6 to 10 reps


Back and Biceps Workout

Deadlifts – 4 sets of 5 to 10 reps
Pull ups/Weighted Pull Ups – 3 sets of 6 to 15 reps
Dumbbell Rows – 3 sets of 6 to 15 reps
Seated Cable Rows – 3 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Barbell Curls – 4 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Concentration Curls – 3 sets of  8 to 15 reps


Shoulders, Traps and Forearms Workout

Military Press – 4 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Seated Arnold Press – 3 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Power Side Laterals – 3 sets of 8 to 15 reps
Reverse laterals – 3 sets of 8 to 15 reps
Power Shrugs – 3 sets of 5 to 10 reps
Wrist  Curl Over Bench – 2 sets of 10 to 20 reps
Static Barbell Hold – 2 sets for maximum time


Quads, Hamstrings and Calves


 Squats – 4 sets of 6 to 15 reps
Leg Extensions – 3 sets of 8 to 20 reps
Leg Curls – 3 sets of 8 to 15 reps
Romanian Deadlifts – 3 sets of 6 to 12 reps
Seated or Standing Calf Raises – 4 sets of 6 to 20 reps
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1 comment:

  1. Interesting read. What about Abs? No abs exercise is mentioned! Can these exercises be included after every workout and how many exercises can be included if so? Thanks

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