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Heavy Deadlift & Back

Posted by Shawn Sprafka on

The Bulk Series routines are geared toward adding size and strength. Also consider adding calories and more carbs into your diet. Featuring low reps and heavy weight. A spotter is recommended to put up the most weight!

Start with cardio to warm up to help prevent injuries. I have switched my pre workout to Nutrex Outlift Amped for better performance. I have also been using Chosen1 (1-andro) from Blackstone Labs to increase lean mass & strength.

Warm Up - 10 Minutes of Cardio (Any form)

Deadlifts - Sets of 2 working up to 1 rep max (I finished at 425)

Super Set - 3 Total Sets

Weighted Wide Grip Pull Ups - (12, 10, 8)

Weighted Back Extensions - (12, 10, 8)

Super Set - 3 Total Sets

Dumbbell Pullovers - (10, 8, 6)

Seated V-Rows - (12, 10, 8)

Super Set - 3 Total Sets

Lawn Mowers - (10, 8, 6) each arm

Single Arm Under Grip Pull Downs - (12, 10, 8)

Burn Out - 3 Total Sets

 Any back machine of your choice - 3 Sets Until Failure

 

For recovery & growth I would definitely recommend supplementing with a protein powder.  or any of the post workout carbohydrate products we carry. (Check Those Out Here) Repairing those torn muscle fibers as quickly as possible is essential in muscle growth, and our protein powders will help you do that! Another option can be BCAAs which will help prevent muscle breakdown and keep you in an anabolic state.  

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Thanks for reading.

-Shawn

 

NutriFit is a locally and privately owned nutritional supplement retail company specializing in high-quality products, competitive pricing, nutritional information and excellent customer service.


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