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If looking like the Hulk or Batman is your primary goal, then a training program with a bodybuilding focus is what you need.
Let's say you have been struggling to grow, this program may help by giving some balance to your routine.
Don't make the mistake of training your chest, arms, and abs each day, neglecting the majority of the musculature in your body.
To have a thick-looking chest, you need to have a well developed back.
To have big legs, you need to train your hamstrings.
To have shredded abs, you need to have enough muscle mass to make getting lean worth it.
In this article, Eric Helms, Andrea Valdez and I share the Novice Bodybuilding Program from our Muscle and Strength Training Pyramid book. We hope it helps out a lot and gives you a solid place to start.
Aside from the program itself, I've given guidelines on how to choose exercises that suit you, and how to progress and tweak things for the areas where you are more advanced. (The bench press, for example.)
My advice is to resist the urge to skip straight to the Intermediate Bodybuilding Program (which we have up for free on the site also) just because you have been training for a while. Read through to consider whether this is more appropriate first.
The less training experience you have, the faster gains you will make. You don't need nearly as much work to make gains when you are a novice, SO ENJOY IT WHILE IT LASTS!
Check the link in the bio for the program details. .