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    Default Multigym workout Routine!

    Hi guys, i have a multigym bodysolid g2b just bought it on last week. Can anyone adjust a routine listing for me specifically for BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCE? My main purpose is go gain muscle as i'm lean.

    Here below are the exercise that i can do it with my multigym.

    Chest:-
    Seated chest press
    Seated incline chess press
    One-hand cable flies

    Back:-
    Lat pull-down
    Lat Pull-over
    Seated Row
    Bent-over Row
    Cable Deadlift

    Shoulder:-
    Seated Military press
    Cable side raise
    Cable front raise

    Bicep:-
    Bicep curl

    Tricep:-
    Cable tricep extension
    Cable Tricep skull crusher

    Legs:-
    Cable Squats
    Leg extension


    This is all i can do with my multigym. Any pro please kindly give comment and routine listing for me? I will now start with your given beginning routine for 3 months then switch it.
    Any specific details on how to add weight after lighting 1weeks or months?

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    It would be hard to provide an optimal routine given these exercises. You should probably get a gym membership. BUT, i can give you an example.

    Workout A
    Cable Squats 4 x 6-10
    Seated Chest Press 4 x 6-10
    Bent Over Row 4 x 6-10
    Seated Military Press 4 x 6-10
    Tricep Scull Crusher 3 x 6-10

    Workout B
    Cable Deadlift 4 x 6-10
    Incline Chest Press 4 x 6-10
    Lat Pulldown 4 x 6-10
    Seated Military Press 4 x 6-10
    Bicep Curl 3 x 6 - 10

    You would for example do workout A on Monday, B on Wednesday, A on Friday and then next week B on Monday and keep cycling it that way. This routine would be one way to set it up, but the best thing would be to get a gym membership. You could probably get some results though, just try it and see how it goes
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    Do the first week with light weight focusing on form. Remember to also warm up each muscle group before you do the work sets. From week two I would start on a weight you can do about 7 or 8, and then increase by one rep per week (or more if you can). When you get to 10 reps, up the weight starting at 6 - 7 again and so on and so forth.
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