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Okay I give up. I don't know what I'm doing. Can any of you give me a training program that...

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Funny_Asian_Man

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Ah, I see.

And 300 grams of protein a day is still the recommended amount even for natural dudes? That sounds insanely excessive bro. lol. For naturals, at least.

I was able to deadlift 455 pounds when I was a teenager with much less protein than that.

Either way, I'm banking on Gbagh's recommendations.

EDIT: I can push the budget up all the way to 500 bucks a month (even though I wouldn't like it) but not a penny more. Hopefully it won't come to that.
 
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Ah, I see.

And 300 grams of protein a day is still the recommended amount even for natural dudes? That sounds insanely excessive bro. lol. For naturals, at least.

I was able to deadlift 455 pounds when I was a teenager with much less protein than that.
It is an average to move up and down from as needed.

As for deadlifting and protein consumption. Doesn't mean anything at that weight. Not knocking you, just doesn't correlate. Now if you want to deadlift (conventional, not sumo) big weight you will need to eat a lot of protein, because you will need to build a lot of muscle. Now if you are going to just sumo deadlift you can pretty much hit 700-800 lbs without being strong at all.
 
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It is an average to move up and down from as needed.

As for deadlifting and protein consumption. Doesn't mean anything at that weight. Not knocking you, just doesn't correlate. Now if you want to deadlift (conventional, not sumo) big weight you will need to eat a lot of protein, because you will need to build a lot of muscle. Now if you are going to just sumo deadlift you can pretty much hit 700-800 lbs without being strong at all.

Shit, you and your friends must be in some kind of super-gym or whatever. lol.

But yeah, I see. Thanks.

Also, damn. lol. A sumo puller who can do 800 is weak. lmao. I wonder what sumo pullers will think of that. XD
 
genetic freak

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Shit, you and your friends must be in some kind of super-gym or whatever. lol.

But yeah, I see. Thanks.

Also, damn. lol. A sumo puller who can do 800 is weak. lmao. I wonder what sumo pullers will think of that. XD
I watch guys pull 800 lbs sumo that struggle with 500 lbs conventional. Not all, but there are a lot of them out there. Go look on IG.

Also, if powerlifting is something you are really looking at getting into then you need to find a gym where there are strong people. The big fish in a little pond eventually stops growing, because the pond is too small to sustain them. Go where the other big fish are to grow.
 
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An Asian on food stamps?

Your parents are very disappointed.

Have they disowned you yet?

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I think some wise ass Vet is trolling and this "fat guy" story is some messing with the board...
 
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Any program can do this with the right intensity and progression.
Bill Starr 5x5
Jim Wendler 5/3/1... Etc...

Hell, any basic Pro-Split (or bro-split as they call it) will work. The program you like the most, will be the most effective one. And abs are made in the kitchen...
 
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Any program can do this with the right intensity and progression.
Bill Starr 5x5
Jim Wendler 5/3/1... Etc...

Hell, any basic Pro-Split (or bro-split as they call it) will work. The program you like the most, will be the most effective one. And abs are made in the kitchen...

lol. Bill Starr would probably work great for me and my purposes, but look bro... One of my favorite training programs is Doug Hepburn's. He was an Olympic champion weightlifter back in the fifties. But even his two-days-a-week version of his training program is exhausting as hell. It's still a sort of bulking program even with that low frequency. That's the program I like the most but its volume is ridiculously high. Literally every workout can take up to three hours of my time...

So maybe Bill Starr would work the best. Much less volume, I think.
 
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Ever thought of doing any cardio? Just putting that out there...
 
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