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g2regelsg2regels Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
I'm looking for a bodybuilding program under $100 that is really good. Anyone know of one?

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  • ThehardmakesitworthitThehardmakesitworthit Posts: 822Member Member Posts: 822Member Member
    I started with the 5 x5 app which is free.....you should check it out
  • Rammer123Rammer123 Posts: 675Member Member Posts: 675Member Member
    g2regels wrote: »
    I'm looking for a bodybuilding program under $100 that is really good. Anyone know of one?

    There's plenty of free information online and free programs that are proven and work; I don't see a need to pay for programs especially if you are just beginning.

    Are you a beginner or do you have experience weight training?
  • kimny72kimny72 Posts: 13,738Member Member Posts: 13,738Member Member
  • PWRLFTR1PWRLFTR1 Posts: 324Member Member Posts: 324Member Member
  • TrechechusTrechechus Posts: 2,846Member Member Posts: 2,846Member Member
    https://www.fitnessblender.com/plans/fb-mass-4-week-workout-program-to-build-mass-and-increase-strength

    They're workouts are free, but if you want them presented in an organized manner, they're $10-20 and they are amazing!
  • thanos5thanos5 Posts: 451Member Member Posts: 451Member Member
    i like jay
  • ChieflrgChieflrg Posts: 7,873Member Member Posts: 7,873Member Member
    Rammer123 wrote: »
    g2regels wrote: »
    I'm looking for a bodybuilding program under $100 that is really good. Anyone know of one?

    There's plenty of free information online and free programs that are proven and work; I don't see a need to pay for programs especially if you are just beginning.

    Are you a beginner or do you have experience weight training?

    I would agree with this statement, especially if we are talking strength training. Regardless anybody can get results as a beginner on just about any program simply because they are novel to training.
    I started with the 5 x5 app which is free.....you should check it out

    I would not recommend 5x5 in most cases and certainly not for hypertrophy since 5x5 at best is a strength template. 5x5 can produce results, but compared to other programs it is extremely basic.
    edited July 11
  • ninerbuffninerbuff Posts: 42,483Member, Greeter Member Posts: 42,483Member, Greeter Member
    I started with the 5 x5 app which is free.....you should check it out
    That's not bodybuilding. That's a strength program.



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  • ninerbuffninerbuff Posts: 42,483Member, Greeter Member Posts: 42,483Member, Greeter Member
    A bodybuilding program focuses more on muscle hypertrophy. In for that to happen you need progressive overload along with enough volume to ensure muscle gets taxed to force it to grow, ALONG with an eating program that encourages hypertrophy to happen. That's going to mean a SURPLUS of calories. The amount of calorie surplus will also help to dictate the progression of hypertrophy. Most people who have bulked and cut know that as your weight goes up, you'll usually also get stronger at the same time. And vice versa to an extent. I've found that a mixture of sets and reps worked best for me. So many times I do 4-5 sets and reps starting at 15 then 12 then 10, 8 6 progressively adding weight to each set. So the highest amount of weight I can handle ends on 6 reps. With the exception of leg sometimes starting at 20 reps and going down to just 10 reps in 5 sets of a leg exercise.

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