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SUPER SQUATS: How to Gain 30 Pounds of Muscle in 6 Weeks?

A total of 11 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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26th Aug 2021

OP, you’re on the right track with a legs focused regimen for your situation. There’s been ample research over the years (I can share PDF versions of thisclassic by Strossen) that suggested if your focus is on gaining muscle mass legs are a great place to focus.

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14th Feb 2021

it’s $4 on Kindle, $10 on Nook and reportedly a good read. Amazon also has it at $10 for a used paperback.

If you’re super hard-up for cash, let me know, I’ll get you one of the digital copies.

We’re generally very against piracy here, and generally quite in favor of reading the source material. It almost always comes with extra, helpful info that’s relevant.

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4th Aug 2021

You could run half of Super Squats

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30th Jun 2021

Buy, read and follow this book

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19th May 2021

Buy, read and follow the instructions in this book

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25th Jan 2022

If you want a good program check out super squats. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005KCKT0Y?ref=KC_GS_GB_GB it is a good way to shake things up.

However, if you are enjoying your program and making progress there is no reason to change.

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17th Oct 2021
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19th Jul 2021

Congratulations on sticking with it for 2 months. Seriously.

But honestly? You went from skinny to skinnier.

If I could start over in your position is would do a couple of things from the get go:

  1. Super Squats. Read it from cover to cover. Do the six week program on a bulking diet. It is covered in the book.
    https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B005KCKT0Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_X834NEYYH0KGXGWCNV1R

  2. 531 Beginner Prep School with 3 days of hard conditioning while eating in a slight surplus. It is located in the 531 Forever book by Jim Wendler. You squat and bench on Mondays and Fridays. You deadlift and overhead press on Wednesdays. You do conditioning three times a week: hill sprints, sprints, crossfit wods, kettlebells, whatever. Works
    your butt off. Recover on Sundays. This gets you used to percentage based training and teaching that bar speed at lower loads/training maxes is another way to progress than just adding 5 lbs to the bar.

  3. I would then move onto MythicalStrengths 6 month plan on r/gainit.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/gainit/comments/j5q2ez/6_months_of_eating_and_training_for_mass_laid_out/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

  4. I would then go on a cut following whatever program you like.

You would now have over a year of weight training running some pretty mentally and physically tough programs. You will have learned how to eat like a champ, and be big and strong.

If you choose to run any of these programs the daily discussion thread on r/weightroom is a great place to log or ask questions from guys and gals who have been through it.

Good luck.