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Old 09-08-2012, 09:16 PM   #3
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This is a good workout to increase your bench. I got my bench up to 375 x 1 doing this workout off and on. You have to change up your workout ever 6-8 weeks or whenever you stop seeing gains. ie: instead of doing 3 sets of 12 with a light weight do 4-5 sets of 3-6 reps with as much weight as you can and barely get the last rep. Also creatine is a good supplement. I would take it about 30 mins into my workout mixed with about 12-16oz. of Kool-aid. That is the only time I would drink Kool-aid though. Because at that point in your workout your muscles are depleted of carbs and this works really well as a pick me up. This also helps get the creatine in your muscles. I would also drink some whey protein mixed with milk as soon as I finished working out. Having said all that. I haven't worked out in over 5 yrs. :(
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