With the right plan and the right discipline, you can get seriously shredded in just 28 days.Read article
It’s January and you’re fired up for 2017. Your goal is simple: get freaking huge! But before you step in the gym and get after it, you need to arm yourself with the right routines. That’s where we come in. We’ve compiled workouts from some of the greatest bodybuilders to ever cinch up a weightlifting belt and answer the challenge of the iron. So put your game face on, turn up the volume on your favorite training tunes, and make 2017 your year for packing on wall-to-wall muscle.
In fact, early in his career, Coleman, who trained every body part twice weekly, had to limit his fast-growing biceps to one workout every seven days to prevent them from overpowering his physique. A Coleman favorite was 21s, where he would perform seven reps of barbell curls using only the bottom third of the movement, then seven reps using the top third of the movement, and finally, seven reps using the full range, all performed with no rest for a total of 21 total reps. Biceps were trained after back, and triceps after chest.
*Each workout was performed once per week after back.
*Each workout was performed once per week after chest.