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    Question Baseball Player- what type of juice?????

    I am 19 yrs old. I am 6ft 165pds and play baseball for a junior college which does not test for steriods . I am considering taking them because i need to get alot stronger and gain only a little weight ( up to about 175-180pds). I have a very high metabolism and have a hard time gaining weight also. I am a fast runner and need to keep my speed,agility and flexability cause im a shortstop. So my question is: what type of steriod should i use if im looking to gain a little weight (mass), alot of strengnth and speed during my offseason(Nov-Jan)(2or3months). Thank You very much and i cant wait to hear back.

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    you should repost this in the steroid question forum

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    lancer i play baseball for a juco too who do you play for?

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    Wrong forum peeps.

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    Eat my man, and if you're looking to get stronger, go with sport specific training.

    Bodybuilding won't help you out as much as sport specific training will.

    The core muscles for baseball are mainly going to be your back and stomach area. Here's a good workout...

    It's split up into three seperate phases:
    1) Hypertrophy Phase
    2) Power Phase
    3) In-Season Maintenance Phase


    HYPERTROPHY PHASE

    MONDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Deadlifts - 6 6 4
    Seated Rows - 6 6 4
    Lat Pull Down - 6 6 4
    Barbell Curls - 8 6 4
    Alternate Curls - 8 6 6
    Crunches - 25 25 25
    Leg Lifts - 25 25 25

    TUESDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Bench Press - 6 6 4
    Dumbbell Press - 6 6 4
    Incline Press - 6 6 4
    Triceps Pressdowns - 8 6 6
    Weighted Dips - 6 6 4
    Oblique Crunches - 25 25 25
    Sit-ups 25 25 25

    THURSDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Powercleans 6 6 4
    Military Press - 6 6 4
    Side Lateral Raises - 6 6 4
    Front Lateral Raises - 6 6 4
    Wrist Curls - 12 12 12
    Reverse Wrist Curls - 12 12 12
    Toe Touches 25 25 25

    FRIDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Squats - 6 6 4
    Leg Press - 6 6 4
    Lunges - 6 6 4
    Stiff-Legged Deadlifts - 6 6 4
    Leg Curls - 6 6 4
    Crunches 25 25 25
    Leg Lifts 25 25 25



    POWER PHASE Increase the weight and make sure to lift with a spotter

    MONDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Deadlifts 5 4 3
    Seated Rows 6 6 4
    Lat Pull Down 6 6 4
    Barbell Curls 6 6 4
    Alternate Curls 10 8 6
    Crunches 25 25 25
    Leg Lifts 25 25 25

    TUESDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Bench Press 5 4 3
    Dumbbell Press 5 4 3
    Incline Press 6 6 4
    Triceps Pressdowns 6 6 4
    Weighted Dips 6 6 4
    Oblique Crunches 25 25 25
    Sit-ups 25 25 25

    THURSDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Powercleans 5 4 3
    Military Press 6 6 4
    Side Lateral Raises 10 8 6
    Front Lateral Raises 10 8 6
    Wrist Curls 15 15 15
    Reverse Wrist Curls 15 15 15
    Toe Touches 25 25 25

    FRIDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Squats 5 4 3
    Leg Press 5 4 3
    Lunges 10 8 6
    Stiff-Legged Deadlifts 10 8 6
    Leg Curls 12 10 8
    Crunches 25 25 25
    Leg Lifts 25 25 25



    IN-SEASON MAINTENANCE PHASE

    MONDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Deadlifts 3 3 3
    Powercleans 3 3 3
    Seated Rows 3 3 3
    Lat. Pull Down 3 3 3
    Crunches 25 25 25

    WEDNESDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Bench Press 3 3 3
    Incline Bench Press 3 3 3
    Military Press 3 3 3
    Triceps Press Downs 6 6 4
    Leg Lifts 25 25 25

    FRIDAY
    Exercise: Set 1: Set 2: Set 3:
    Squats 3 3 3
    Leg Press 3 3 3
    Leg Curls 6 6 4
    Barbell Curls 6 6 4
    Oblique Crunches 25 25 25





    If you eat enough protein and carbs, you'll easily put on that extra 10-15lbs with this routine. It's simple and basic, which is always a plus when it comes to bulking up and gaining some power. You're in the gym a max 4 days out of the week and the 3-4 days off, eat like a monster, but a CLEAN monster and you'll notice with the extra calories and rest alongside the basic and hardcore workouts, you'll get the results you're looking for. The basic behind anything is consistancy. Just be consistant in your workouts and eating habits and your gains will come.

    Good luck.

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    I almost forgot, for the speed training bro, nothing is better than Sprints. Especially in baseball, there's really no long distance running, it's basically all Anaerobic training. You're lucky in the sense that you won't have to do hours of jogging on the treadmill, but instead, you'll have to do sprints sprints sprints allover the place.

    What I would suggest is uphill sprints. Find a hill with an incline, the steeper the better, then sprint up it. Do 5 sprints every other day up the hill with 3 minutes rest in between sprints and you'll notice come game-time you'll be running the bases with ease.

    Plyometrics are awesome too. There's plenty of plyometric exercises on the net bro.

    Juice is only half the part, the rest is training and diet.

    If you make it to the MLB, don't forget about me.

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