Build Muscle

Chase Savoie Stacks Up the Gains

Learn more about the up-and-coming IFBB Pro and Allmax athlete.

Chase Savoie Stacks Up the Gains

He may be relatively new to the pro circuit, but Chase Savoie is quickly making a name for himself in the bodybuilding world. The rising Men's Physique star has been an Allmax athlete for just over a year. Since receiving his IFBB Pro card about a year ago, Savoie has placed 2nd in the New York Pro show last year and more recently took home 1st in the Puerto Rico Pro show, which gave him his Olympia qualification.

Savoie credits the combination of training, diet and supplements for his success as a pro bodybuilder—all of which play an integral role in his physical development. As for training, Savoie admits he likes to do more super and tri-setting when cutting down. By raising the intensity and limiting his rest to (mostly) 30-seconds between each set, he feels the greatest gains can be achieved. Savoie also prefers to go heavy only on the big compound lifts—squats, deadlifts and bench press—while the remainder of his moves are with lighter weights for a more controlled mind-muscle connection. Below is a quick look at Savoie's must-do exercises for each body part, along with his weekly training split.

Savoie's must-do moves

Legs: Squat
Back: Deadlift
Chest: Incline Bench Press
Shoulders: Behind-the-Neck Press
Triceps: Lying EZbar Skull Crusher
Biceps: EZ-bar Preacher Curl
Calves: Donkey Calf Raise
Abs: Hanging Knee Raise

Savoie's Training Split

Monday: Chest, delts, triceps
Tuesday: Legs
Wednesday: Back, biceps
Thursday: Off
Friday: Chest, delts, triceps
Saturday: Back, biceps
Sunday: Off

Savoie's Supp Stack

Morning

Pre-Workout (half hour before working out)

Intra-Workout

Post-Workout

Off Season

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT ALLMAX SUPPS >>

ENTER TO WIN A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF ALLMAX ISOFLEX>>


BACK TO THE MAXED OUT MUSCLE WORKOUT >>


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

 

Comments