Building muscle 101 is always looking for new ways to train. That means innovative weight training routines and techniques from people of all levels of training.
Most of the readers of building muscle 101 are not body builders or professional athletes and usually, they are every day working people who go to school or work a day job. Everyday working people don’t really have time to train two body parts in a day or devote everyday to training.
With that in mind, I decided to ask you, the readers of building muscle 101 to send in your weight lifting routines so that other like minded weight trainers can benefit from your training experience and routines.
The following routines are designed by everyday weight trainers who have seen success with their programs. These routines have been designated according to their training splits.
1 Day Workouts
2 Day Workouts
3 Day Workouts
4 Day Workouts
5 Day Workouts
Building muscle 101 uses various approaches to weight training and building muscle but let’s face it, the routines presented are not the only way to train. There are others who have different weight training routines that work like magic.
There are just so many variations to weight training routines that it would be impossible for building muscle 101 to capture them all. Besides I’m only using what worked for me in the past.
There are thousands of weight trainers out there who have adjusted and fine tuned their weight lifting programs to match their goals. Some have outstanding mass building routines and others have fantastic fat burning routines. These are the routines that can work for anybody and what building muscle 101 would like to share with you.
So far, the response has been very positive and the weight training routines are coming in from different readers with totally different outlook on training.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone one of you who have sent in their weight training routines to share with others. I’m sure the routines will be put to good use by the readers of building muscle 101.
Please remember that these weight training routines are from the readers of building muscle 101. Please note that I haven’t personally used these routines so I can’t attest to the effectiveness of each workout.
If you have a routine that you would like to share, please send an email to: buildingmuscle101 @ vianet.ca
Blake has been weight lifting for about 28 years now. He's 45 years of age and started seriously training when he was 18 years old.
Blake is the founder of Building-Muscle101.com, a successful fitness website that has been around for more than 15 years.