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    4-6 day BB splits?

    I don't care about strength, just aesthetics. Any recommendations? I have about an hour to an hour and a half a day to train, 4-6 days a week. I've been half-assing my training for the past two years and I want to get a little more serious/specific with training.

    I haven't deadlifted/squat in a fat minute but back when I did, I DLed 340 and squat 315, decent form. Benched 220. I'm 16 now, 145 lbs, 5' 7".
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    Definitely center your routine around frequency. Each body part 2-3x a week.

    Upper
    Lower
    Off
    Upper
    Lower
    Off
    Off

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    Upper
    Lower
    Off
    Push
    Pull
    Legs
    Off

    These routines are in the intermediate / advanced realm.

    If you wanted the best LONG TERM progress, you'd be best suited running something like Fierce 5 (sticky in this forum) for 3-6 months first, then transitioning into a hypertrophy (volume based routine).

    The initial strength (and size) gains act as an accelerator for future size growth. This kind of routine first would put you farther ahead a year from now, than say, if you ran a size (volume) based routine off the bat. You'll still gain size as well.

    Either way, can't go wrong. Consistency, good rest and enough food to gain weight is FAR more important than a perfect routine.

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