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Lean Muscle Growth

with Rob Riches

This Lean Muscle Program is split into 3 categories spread out over 12 weeks. Within each 4-week program, you’ll be focusing on aspects of overall strength, endurance, and conditioning. It’s the same approach that I used wh... more

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the goals of the program?
This 12 week program is designed to focus on building strength, increasing endurance, and improving conditioning. It’s the same approach that I used when prepping for a competition, and the results always come through.
How to schedule the program into a week?
As this program focuses on specific muscle group workouts, you’ll find that you’ll be training 5-6 days a week. This is to optimize the muscles being trained, and allow enough time for recovery before they are worked again.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Commit to the specific routines as best you can. Even if you miss a couple of days from the program, fit them in the next time you can. Following the program as it’s laid out is going to be the most effective way you’ll be able to see the great results that come from this approach to training.
What do I need to participate in this program?
This is a full gym type of program, so you’ll find you’ll need a range of weights, bench, cable-pulley, plus a few other pieces I’d typical gym equipment. If you’re looking for more of a home-based workout, check out my other routines within my app.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
Ideally you should have a good 6 months of training experience before attempting this routine.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the goals of the program?
This 12 week program is designed to focus on building strength, increasing endurance, and improving conditioning. It’s the same approach that I used when prepping for a competition, and the results always come through.
How to schedule the program into a week?
As this program focuses on specific muscle group workouts, you’ll find that you’ll be training 5-6 days a week. This is to optimize the muscles being trained, and allow enough time for recovery before they are worked again.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Commit to the specific routines as best you can. Even if you miss a couple of days from the program, fit them in the next time you can. Following the program as it’s laid out is going to be the most effective way you’ll be able to see the great results that come from this approach to training.
What do I need to participate in this program?
This is a full gym type of program, so you’ll find you’ll need a range of weights, bench, cable-pulley, plus a few other pieces I’d typical gym equipment. If you’re looking for more of a home-based workout, check out my other routines within my app.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
Ideally you should have a good 6 months of training experience before attempting this routine.
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MilosLuffy 5d ago
I felt like it did not include enough trap exercises.
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MilosLuffy 6d ago
The video was incorrect for the chest press first exercise
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MilosLuffy 23d ago
I could not get a smith machine so I opted for walking lunges instead if you run into the same problem I recommend walking lunges or in place lunges using dumbbells or weighted straight bar
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MilosLuffy 24d ago
Very good and challenging
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MilosLuffy 1mo ago
Very challenging and clear directions. The videos were helpful.
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MilosLuffy 1mo ago
I enjoyed this workout I did not have access to dumbbells for my level so I swapped out the calf dumbbell lifts for the hip abduction. Did not have access to standing calf raises machine so swapped for seated calf raises machine. Over all good directions.