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Steve is a powerlifter who has also spent 20 years training in bodybuilding. He is a national level competitor training for an all-time over 50 raw world record.
Steve Shaw

Steve Shaw's Stats

CompetitionPowerlifting
My BookMassive Iron
Height5'10"
Training26 Years
Arms19"
Bench Press430 lbs
Deadlift675 lbs
Squat600 lbs
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About Steve Shaw

Steve Shaw is a natural bodybuilding and strength training writer who fell in love with the iron game in the mid-80's. Mesmerized by the quads of Tom Platz and the torso of Mike Mentzer, Steve has spent the last 26 years studying muscle and strength building methods.

When he first hit the gym, Steve was a typical hardgainer. He tipped the scales at 150, and couldn't bench press more then 95 pounds for reps. Driven to improve, Steve began experimenting with weight progression and training theory. After a year of training, he had dramatically transformed his physique.

Currently, Steve Shaw is a national level powerlifting competitor training for a raw 700 pound deadlift and 500 pound bench press. Before switching over to powerlifting, he spent over 20 years training as a bodybuilder.

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From writer and powerlifter Faheem Chauhan:

In my opinion Steve Shaw is one of the most knowledgeable people on the natural bodybuilding scene. Steve has an inimitable knack for zeroing in on exactly what people need to hear when it's appropriate. You won't find Steve giving blanket responses to individuals, he has a broad range of experiencevin coaching others which can help whatever your needs. Whether that is fat loss or muscle building and whether your eventual goals are to be a big bodybuilder, or a slimmer fitness contestant. Steve himself is a record breaking powerlifter and has been involved in fitness in one form or another for well over 20 years. I consider Steve to be a fantastic resource for all things related to bodybuilding and fitness, an excellent teacher and orator and finally I am also blessed to consider him a friend.

From powerlifter Al Brown:

I have known Steve for around 3 years now having met through Muscle & Strength. The first thing that struck me about him was how massive and strong he was. His numbers were significantly higher than almost everyone on the board. That impressed me although I know plenty of strong guys who have got that way more through luck than judgement. This is not the case with Steve; he is a scholar of lifting. I have had many a conversation with him on topics as diverse as carb manipulation, the origins of bodybuilding competition and the relative merits of different grip widths on bench press and whenever I have, I have learnt.

By far and away my favourite quality that Steve possesses though is that he is hugely passionate about helping others and seeing them succeed. I can count around 10 lifters in my small group of online contacts who have competed in powerlifting thanks to Steve's encouragement and coaching. That passion is rare in anyone but to have it in the abundance that Steve has, is incredible.

Steve Shaw's Content

Become A Lean Bulking Machine
Lean Bulking Machine: Maximize Lean Muscle Growth & Minimize Fat Gains
Pack on muscle mass without adding unwanted fat. This lean bulking feature helps you to determine daily calorie needs and provides a sample meal plan.
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Who Is The Greatest Mr. Olympia Of All Time?
Who Is The Greatest Mr. Olympia Competitor Of All Time?
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Joe Weider's Mr. Olympia. Join Muscle & Strength as we crunch numbers and try to determine which bodybuilder is the greatest of all time.
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10 Reasons Why You Will Never Build (Much) Muscle
10 Reasons Why You Will Never Build (Much) Muscle
You can learn a lot about how not to build muscle by paying close attention in any gym. In this article, Steve Shaw presents a list of common mistakes that hold lifters back.
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5,000 Rep Arm Specialization Program
5,000 Rep Arm Specialization Program
Go gonzo and gain insane with this arm building program. You will alternate between blast and cruise weeks, performing a total of 5,000 reps over the course of 10 weeks.
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The Pump: Broscience Or Muscle Builder?
The Pump: Broscience Or Muscle Builder?
The research is in and muscle pumps are legit. Find out just how much they can help you improve muscle gains. This feature includes a complete pump-inducing workout plan.
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4 Deadlift & Trap Workout Variations
The Un-Deadlifter: 4 Deadlift & Trap Workout Variations
Traps are the new abs! Slam your traps into growth and build a colossal deadlift one rep max using these 4 excruciating and devious workout options from Steve Shaw.
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8 Week Big And Bold Workout
8 Week Big And Bold Workout: Simple, Brutal Muscle Building
So simple, so brutal, so effective. This bodybuilding workout packs a punch and is a great alternative to programs that revolve around 5 rep or low rep sets. Sample meal plan included.
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Wild 20 Powerbuilding Workout: Get Crazy, Get Big
Wild 20 Powerbuilding Workout: Get Crazy, Get Big & Strong
Bust out of your training rut and blast through muscle and strength building plateaus using a unique combination of 5, 10 and 20 rep sets. This program delivers results.
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20 Rep Quad & Hamstring Shock Workout
20 Rep Quad & Hamstring Shock Workout
Can you handle the leg day pain? Let's find out. This is a no holds barred hardcore workout that will forge your budding twigs into mammoth tree trunks, if you dare try it.
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A Big Chest Using 135 Pound Bench Presses
A Bigger Bench Press & Chest Using Only 135 Pounds - Really
No I am not insane - this program really works. Build a bigger chest and improve your bench press by inserting this specialty workout into your current training regimen.
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Steve
Posted Fri, 07/20/2012 - 14:37

Pinwheel curls are hammer curls, simply performed across the chest. They are included in the 4 day power, muscle burn split.

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dev
Posted Tue, 09/24/2013 - 15:06

plz give me some tips for increases my hight

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Sourabh Agarwal
Posted Thu, 07/12/2012 - 04:55

Dear Steve,

Thank you for posting these two great workouts. I will be starting with the 8 week workout. However, since I'll be working out for two days only, what should I do for the rest days? Can I do some home workouts or cardio? Kindly suggest.

Regards,

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Posted Fri, 07/20/2012 - 14:38

Cardio several times per week for overall health is a good idea.

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Sourabh Agarwal
Posted Sat, 07/21/2012 - 04:04

Thank you for your reply! Can't wait to start this workout

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Caleb
Posted Mon, 07/23/2012 - 17:10

Two years ago I googled workouts and came across your strength and density 4 day split. I was 5'11" and 145lbs. I've kept doing different workouts youve written on here and listened to your food and proper supliment intake with them too. I'm now 190 and have you to thank for helping me change my bad habits and the workouts that pissed me of so much. Sincerely thank you for the motivation and great advice!

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Posted Thu, 07/26/2012 - 14:52

Thanks so much for the comment! I would love to see the before and after pics. Email me if you would like to share: steve.shaw@muscleandstrength.com.

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Michael
Posted Mon, 07/23/2012 - 18:59

Steve,

I am a 26 year old Navy veteran who is working on his degree in Exercise Physiology. I am 5'9" and weigh 280 pounds. I would like to lose some weight to be healthier and look better before I get back into lifting for strength/looks. I was reading some of your advice on Doug's 6 day cutting routine. I am basically at ground zero again in regards to lifting so I don't plan on jumping into that right away, but can you give me some advice regarding carb cycling and performing both cardio and resistance training (Can I do both on the same day or should I alternate days)?

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Posted Thu, 07/26/2012 - 15:00

Hi Michael,

You can do cardio and resistance training on the same day. My advice is to do whatever is most convenient. You are more likely to stay committed this way. Regarding carb cycling, here is a good article I recommend from Brad Borland:

http://www.muscleandstrength.com/articles/your-go-to-guide-for-cutting-f...

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Ethan Smith
Posted Fri, 08/17/2012 - 21:24

Hi, I love your work, but Im at a crossroads. I need to be able to run long distances, at a reasonably fast pace. However, I love weight training. As far as I know, heavy squats will slow down your running times. And I do not want to develop a jail body by avoiding squats. So what would you recommend I do? Thanks for any help.

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Posted Fri, 09/14/2012 - 14:06

Heavy squats made me a very fast sprinter and improved my jumping ability. Stronger legs won't slow down your running speed. You might be surprised.

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Hugo Queiroz
Posted Fri, 09/07/2012 - 21:25

Steve, I've tried yersterday your Bicep workout set (http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/power-muscle-burn-bicep-workou...) and this is absolutely NUTS! I almost cry of so much pain. I slept for 9 hours and when I woke up, I couldn't move my arms of so much pain! This is really awesome, man!

I'm trying to find my perfect workout routine and I found this: http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/power-muscle-burn-5-day-powerb...

This is PERFECT! But, I have only one doubt: Why the Bicep workout is different? Could you explain to me? Wich one is better? And I found also a Tricep Power Muscle Burn Workout of you, that is different too. I don't understand it. Could you tell me why and wich one is better?

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Posted Fri, 09/14/2012 - 14:08

The bicep workout is different because it's not a specialization type bicep program.

I would run the specialization every now and then if you feel you have stubborn biceps.

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Posted Fri, 09/14/2012 - 14:08

The bicep workout is different because it's not a specialization type bicep program.

I would run the specialization every now and then if you feel you have stubborn biceps.

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sonny ewing
Posted Sun, 09/09/2012 - 13:47

Hi Steve i have two weeks left of your GVT program and was wondering if you can giveme another program for bucking up.

Regards Sonny

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Posted Fri, 09/14/2012 - 14:10

I'd need more information about your current strength levels, eating plan, etc.

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sonny ewing
Posted Sun, 09/16/2012 - 17:11

Hey Steve

6ft 2 approx 13st 10 training GVT as follows bent over row 77.5kg 10x10, preacher curl 27kg 10x10, squat 100kg 10x10, leg curl 57.5kg 10x10, flat bench 80/85kg 10x10, db shoulder press 22.5kg 10x10, skull crushes 27kg 10x10.

Food is tricky breakfast roughly a large bowl of porridge+honey 250 of milk+2raw eggs throughout the working day 2 large bowls of white rice and mackrel 2 wholemeal wraps with a small tin of tuna/mayo or a large turkey breast. Half hour before training 250ml of milk/2 raw eggs same after training. evening meal jacket potato plan with large turkey breast and frozen veg. evening snack 3whole eggs+2 whites half a red onion hand of cheese omelette two litres of water throughout the day.

Regards Sonny

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Posted Mon, 12/03/2012 - 16:09

Your strength levels look good. I recommend the Power Muscle Burn program.

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David
Posted Sun, 09/09/2012 - 21:12

Hey Steve. I've been using your 5 day strength workout for a couple weeks and it works great. Im up to 300 lbs benching, and Im 5ft 8in 183 lbs. Ive increase my meals and protein intake as well as aminos. Im trying to build muscle and increase strength as fast as possible. Should I just continue the same plan? Or do you recommend a more higher level routine? I have experience lifting so any workouts are perfect for me. Thanks!

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Posted Fri, 09/14/2012 - 14:16

Stick with it. That's an advanced program. It will serve you well.

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lori
Posted Thu, 09/13/2012 - 07:41

ive read thru almost all of your comments and questions on your 5 day mass split. i couldn't seem to find the answer as to why you didnt pair back with biceps? you have chest and tris together. ive done seveal splits over the years and ive mixed things up alot, i just wondered why you didnt put these 2 together? thanks!! loved the workout. going to start it next week. cant wait for the 40 rep burn set :)

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Posted Fri, 10/05/2012 - 12:42

You can really pair any bodyparts together as long as the overall split makes sense. There is no right or wrong way to approach things per se.

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sonny ewing
Posted Sun, 09/23/2012 - 16:41

Hi Steve i am 33 6ft 2 roughly 13st 10, bench press 80kg 10/10, db shoulder press 20kg 10/10, skull crushes 27kg 10/10, bent over row 70kg 10/10, preacher curls 22kg 10/10, squat 100kg 10/10, leg curls 57kg 10/10.

Food roughly 1 large bowl of porridge 250ml of milk with 2raw eggs. through the working day two portions of rice with mackerel and 2 tortilla wraps with 4eggs and mayo or a can of tuna/mayo. Before training 250ml of milk with 2raw eggs the same after training, dinner 2 large fish cakes and frozen veg or beef chilli with rice. Before bed 4/5 egg omelette with cheese.

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Posted Fri, 10/05/2012 - 12:43

How can I help?

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sonny ewing
Posted Sun, 10/07/2012 - 12:34

Hi Steve i was on your GVT programe and i have now finished it and was wondering if you can advise another programe for bulking up. I have given strength info and food info in a previous email.

Many thanks Sonny

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Posted Tue, 11/27/2012 - 15:49

Try the Power, Muscle Burn 4 day split.

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Steven
Posted Mon, 10/01/2012 - 02:05

Hey Steve:
Hey Steve i have low metabolism,I work out alot but dont ever see any improvement. What should i do? thanks

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Posted Fri, 10/05/2012 - 12:45

Get stronger!

What does your current eating plan look like?

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Randy
Posted Mon, 10/01/2012 - 21:07

I have a thirteen year old son that wants to get big with the best results. He is on a high protein diet. He gets 30g of protein per meal, six meals a day. He takes creatine prior to working out and works out 5 days a week. What are the best exercises for him to do?

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Posted Fri, 10/05/2012 - 12:47

First, he should not be working out. Second, creatine really is of little benefit to him right now. Third, he needs a good coach that can show him proper exercise form.

This program can be a good place to start for most:

http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/8-week-novice-quick-start-work...

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Ioan
Posted Sat, 10/06/2012 - 18:54

Hi Steve,

I have been working out for 2 years now. I first started with a regular split, 8 months ago moved on to a pull-push-back routine, and for almost two months now, thanks to you, I have started a full body routine. I tried the last full body workout routine presented in the article and it works pretty good. However, I want to try something else and came up with this. Would you take a look at this routine and tell me if it is alright to do?

Workout A

Squats 3 x 8
Bench Press 3 x 8
Pull ups 3 x 8
Standing Shoulder Press 3 x 8
Abs 2 x 20
Dips W 2 x 8
Barbell Curls 2 x 8
Calves 2 x 8

Workout B

Deadlifts 3 x 8
Incline B Press 3 x 8
Barbell Rows 3 x 8
Standing Shoulder Press 3 x 8
Abs 2 x 20
Close Grip BP 2 x 8
Shrugs 2 x 8
Dmb Curls 2 x 8
Lungees 2 x 8

Workout C

Front Squats 3 x 8
Dmb B Press 3 x 8
Pull ups 3 x 8
Standing Shoulder Press 3 x 8
Abs 2 x 20
Dips W 2 x 8
Barbell Curls 3 x 8
Calves 2 x 8
RDL 2 x 8

Workout D

Deadlifts 3 x 8
Bench Press 3 x 8
Barbell Rows 3 x 8
Standing Shoulder Press 3 x 8
Abs 2 x 20
Close Grip BP 2 x 8
Dmb Curls 2 x 8
Shrugs 2 x 8

The sequence would be ABCDABCD. Monday A, Wednesday B, Friday C, Monday D, Wednesday A and so on.

RDL stands for - Romanian deadlifts.

Every exercise will be done using the same weight, as soon as all sets get done with the same weight for all 8 reps, then the weight would be increased.

Thank you!

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Posted Tue, 11/27/2012 - 15:50

That looks reasonable. Hard, but reasonable.

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Nate
Posted Mon, 10/15/2012 - 14:13

Steve, love your workouts. I have been doing the power muscle burn now for several weeks and I can really see and feel a difference...however with a new baby an demanding job it is very hard for me to get to the gym more than twice a week. Excuses...I know. But I can fully committ to two days a week. What would you recommend? Is there a hybrid two day power muscle burn or could I condense the 4-day to 2-days, if so what would the makeup be? THANKS!

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Posted Tue, 11/27/2012 - 15:52

I could chop it down to a 2 day, but I'm not sure the PMB would be best for that. This might be a better choice:

http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/2-day-simple-ab-split-by-steve...

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Nate
Posted Tue, 10/16/2012 - 19:24

Steve- great articles. I've been doing the power burn 4 day split and have been noticing gains...however with a new job and baby I'm finding I can only make it to the gym on tues and thurs. Is there a mod I can do to this routine or maybe a full body split for those two days? I'm 6'4" 190. I run the other 3 days and just want to build mass with definition. Thanks Steve!

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sonny ewing
Posted Sat, 10/20/2012 - 14:30

Hi Steve i have done six weeks on your GVT program and was wondering if you can give me another program for bulking up.

I am 33 6ft 2 roughly 13st 10, bench press 80kg 10/10, db shoulder press 20kg 10/10, skull crushes 27kg 10/10, bent over row 70kg 10/10, preacher curls 22kg 10/10, squat 100kg 10/10, leg curls 57kg 10/10.

Food roughly 1 large bowl of porridge 250ml of milk with 2raw eggs. through the working day two portions of rice with mackerel and 2 tortilla wraps with 4eggs and mayo or a can of tuna/mayo. Before training 250ml of milk with 2raw eggs the same after training, dinner 2 large fish cakes and frozen veg or beef chilli with rice. Before bed 4/5 egg omelette with cheese.

Regards Sonny

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robertodenzon
Posted Mon, 10/22/2012 - 21:36

hi . . Can you help me with my workout routines and proramms ..im want to build my muscle to build up my self confidence... plz help.. i dont know where to start ..

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Steve
Posted Wed, 12/05/2012 - 18:36

Have you ever lifted before?

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robert
Posted Wed, 10/24/2012 - 08:53

dear steve,

im confuse on what program should i use
im 21yrs old 120lbs 5`5``

plz help me .. and can your programs stand without taking any of supplements?

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Carlos
Posted Sun, 10/28/2012 - 20:34

Hi, could you please recomend to me a routine to build muscle and i am focusing only in:
Chest, Biceps, Shoulders ,Triceps, back and abs

If i can work out in home from monday to thursday (4 days)

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Daniel
Posted Tue, 10/30/2012 - 15:13

He Stve, I've been using your 5-day-split for 6 weeks and think it is an amazing workout! Awkwardly, my new job consists of me working 3 on 3 off 12 hour night shifts - is there any way I could do these same workouts in a 3 on 3 off pattern.

Thanks Steve.

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ustulation
Posted Sat, 11/10/2012 - 12:01

hi steve. i've been following your articles lately and i really thank you for them. it's hard to get genuine/authentic advices and you are certainly one of the few sources disseminating them. thank you for that. as for myself, i hit the gym 4mths back. now it's been a month since i last went and will resume in the coming week. my gym is ok for most purposes but there is no good trainer so i bank on the articles on the Net. Some say that supersetting is the way to go (http://nxgnutrition.wordpress.com/) while others recommend it only as a change for a short duration. i am confused and this time i'm hitting the gym with (hopefully) much more determination. i'm 186 cm and 77 Kgs, no injuries. i only have a little more than an hour for the gym (starting 8ish in the evening most of the time) and gym's only open Mondays through Fridays. i know it must be a hackneyed request to you, but can you please suggest me a routine? i want to put on muscle bulk and form both. i dont know which is to be targeted 1st and the way to go about it. if you provide me a routine it'll be very helpful and i wont feel like a rudderless ship.

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anthony
Posted Sun, 11/11/2012 - 13:12

hey steve did u used to help out the new richmond powerlifters with kazmarski

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Steve
Posted Wed, 11/28/2012 - 16:25

No sir.

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Oliver
Posted Mon, 11/26/2012 - 23:11

It's comforting to find someone with 20years training that "only" benches 430, I've been at it for 13years and am only at 345. I was told a natural can't do 600 raw, but I think given enough years I'll get there. I peaked around 290 and it took a year or more to get to 308. Then it went back down to 290 and it's taken several years to hit 308 again. However, I then moved within 6weeks to 345 and 400 is looking possible. 500 is miles from 400, I have no idea how long it will take, but if I get there in just a few years 600 should be possible in my lifetime. Once I get to 400, the road to 500 which will give me the belief in a 600 will be very cautious. I hear most pec tears happen in the 4-500 range.

Steve, what was your time progression like from 220-300-400?

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Posted Tue, 11/27/2012 - 15:54

I know a couple 500 pound benchers. Once is 54 and scraps for pounds a year. It gets very hard past the 350 point, but you never know what is possible.

220-300 went very quickly. About a year. 300 to 400 took several years.

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Rok
Posted Wed, 11/28/2012 - 09:48

Hy Steve,

I'm 20 years old and I have been working out for 8 months and I'm slowly progressing, so I wanted to try something new and a week ago I saw your articles, which are great. I got interested in 4 Day Power Muscle Burn Workout Split, which I think it's great, but I changed it a bit with my old program. I was wondering if you could take a look at it and tell me if it's ok or should I change something.
I dont like exercises like Deadlift, becouse I know someone who got hurt like that, so i stick to machines at least for my back.
I dont have problem with time, so iff you would like to change something fell free to do so.

Monday - Shoulders

10min bike
Seated Barbell Press 4x5
Seated Arnold Press 3x10
One Arm Standing Dumbbell Front Raise 3x10 each
Dumbbell Lateral Raise 2x30

Tuesday - Back/Biceps/Abs

10min bike
V-Bar Pull Up 3x6-8
Machine T-Bar Row 3x10
Overhand Close Grip Lat Pull Down 3x10
Seated Cable Row 2x40

Pinwheel Curls 3x3
Standing Barbell Curl 3x10
Cable Preacher Curl 2x30

+ ABS

Wednesday - OFF

Thursday - Legs

10min bike
Leg Extension 3x10
Smith Machine Calf Raise 3x10
Leg Curl 3x10
45 Degree Leg Press 2x40
+20min bike

Friday - Chest/Triceps/Abs

10min bike
Barbell Bench Press 4x5
Incline Bench Press 3x8-10
Dumbbell Bench Press 3x10
Dumbbell Flys 2x30

Dips 3x10
Dip Machine 3x10
Cable Tricep Extension 3x15

+ ABS

Saturday - OFF
Sunday - OFF

Thanks for your answer.

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Steve
Posted Wed, 11/28/2012 - 16:31

Everything looks solid except for legs. You're not going to see really any gains from a leg program like that.

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Greg
Posted Fri, 11/30/2012 - 10:53

Hi Steve,
came across your Power,Muscle,Burn,routine and I am very interested in trying it. Was wondering if you could split it into a 3 day full body program? Monday power, Wednesday muscle and and Friday burn? Would this split work and give you the same results?
Thanks

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Posted Mon, 12/03/2012 - 16:10

We will be working on a 3 day variation very shortly.

In the mean time I recommend:

Monday - Push - Chest, shoulders and triceps

Wednesday pull - Back, Biceps, Traps and Abs

Friday - Legs.

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