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    what is the best training split for mass!!!!!!

    as the title says

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    There's so much answers to your question... Post yours and we'll criticize it.

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    There is no "1" best split, as no one person will benefit from the same stimuli in the same manner.

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    There is no best training split...there are many different splits ill show you mine for instance.

    My split is currently
    Sunday: Legs and abs
    Monday:bis tris delts
    Tuesday:rest
    Wednesday:chest and abs
    Thursday:back and traps
    Friday:rest
    Saturday:Start routine over.

    So the best thing to do is to workout for 2 days and rest for one and workout each bodypart atleast once a week (duh right?). You gotta find what best works for you...
    Building mass is not about what training split you have but how many reps you are doing what you are eating and so forth.

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    I would recommend a powerlifting routine.

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    You have to find what works best for you I may be a conventional old school routine like
    Chest shoulders triceps
    Off
    Legs
    Off
    Back biceps
    Many people start with this routine and get good results

    You could try a 5 day split
    1Back
    2Triceps
    3Legs
    4Biceps
    5Chest shoulders
    You may find this is better for you, or 2 on 1 off ect, ect,
    make sure you incorporate the midrange multiple joint exercises, and train hard you will be on your way…

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    5x5 routine in the form of Push / Pull / Legs.
    Ends up being Chest,SHoulder,Tri / Back,Bi / Legs

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