Shaun McEwan

Shaun started training seriously in 2006. Using the knowledge gained from Muscle and Strength, he has packed on the muscle and dropped his body fat %.
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Shaun McEwan

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About Shaun McEwan

Shaun Joined the Muscle and Strength forum and started training seriously in 2006. Always looking to expand his knowledge of training and nutrition, Shaun has applied the knowledge gained from Muscle and Strength and used it to add 20 pounds to his 6'3" physique and drop his body fat percentage.

You can check out Shaun's 4 day muscle building workout right here.

Shaun is now a moderator at Muscle and Strength and if you have any questions about his articles or his workouts you'll be able to catch him on the forum.

Shaun McEwan's Content

Shaun's 4 Day Progressive Overload Split
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Maximize muscle growth with progressive overload. In this 4 day split by Shaun, you will add more weight to the bar each weight on heavy lifts, and pack on muscle mass.
Shaun's Chili Recipe
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Forum moderator Shaun provides his daily staple...a chili recipe that will have you coming back for more.
4 Day Bodybuilding Split by Shaun
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A higher volume 4 day split workout plan for those who want to gain muscle mass and/or gain weight. Workout was developed by Shaun from Muscle and Strength forum.
Shaun's 30 Minute Workout Split Routine
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A 5 day muscle building split routine for those who are pressed for time. Each workout can be completed in 30 minutes.
Shaun's 4 Day Muscle Building Split Routine
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A solid 4 day split workout that is designed for those who want to build lean muscle mass and/or gain weight. Workout was developed by Shaun from the M & Strength forum.
Shaun's 3 Day Muscle Building Split Workout
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Shaun's 3 day split workout is a solid routine for those who are looking to pack on some pounds! It features a chest & biceps day as well as a legs & shoulders day.
Are You Losing Muscle Because Of Cortisol?
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Ever wondered why all those hours in the gym is failing to bring you results? Well it's probably got something to do with Cortisol.
Overtraining - Why Less Is More
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This article will explore the reasons behind over training. Learn how many trainers know exactly why they shouldn't over train?

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Posted Sat, 04/14/2012 - 04:55
sue

i love your workout and i realy wish to be trained by you, but i dont live in the states. if i got your dvd's can u provide me with a schedule to work on daily basis? realy would like to here from you and your need your support. thank you

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Posted Sat, 02/09/2013 - 14:47
Will O'Brien

Just starting your three day split.

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Posted Thu, 04/11/2013 - 12:16
Mike

Shaun I have just a few questions that I would hope you would be able to answer. First I am trying to find the right program for me. I am currently over weight and want to loss about 40 pounds. I have looked through several different workouts especially the ones in the fat loss section however I always seem to come back to your workouts. I am no stranger to the gym I have been in one since I was 13. But I was always in sports and told to workout a certain way to gain mass and strength.

With all that being said which do you think would be the best workout to use. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance.