Scott & Sean- Q&A- Ep. 15


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(0:37)- Ronak Patel
I was wondering if it is possible to strength train and hypertrophy train at the same time. I want to gain a considerable amount of strength in my legs and lower back and want to gain a considerable amount of muscle on everything else. So would it be affective to do 3-6 reps on my legs and lower back, and do 8-12 on the rest of my body? What would be the optimum sets per exercise for these two training methods if possible to do at the same time? Thanks!

(5:53)- Ethan Stivers
I’m 21 yrs old and have been lifting for about 2 years. My freshman year of college I weighed 170lbs at 6’3″ tall. I am now up to around 195lbs and was recently measured at about 12% body fat. For the past six months I have been working with routines that I based off of your videos (drop sets, etc) mixing it up every month or so. My typical week is:

Monday- Chest/Abs : Tues- Arms : Wed- Legs : Thurs- Back : Fri- Shoulders/Traps : Sat/Sun- Rest

+abs 3 to 4 days a week and playing basketball around 1 hr a day.

I have been gaining muscle slowly, but would like to really focus on increasing mass without increasing my body fat percentage. I eat cleanly and try to take in at least 3,500 calories a day. Could you please suggest a routine, or at least sets/reps/number of exercises I should be doing per muscle group in order to achieve my goal. Getting up to 200lbs lean would be a good start.

(11:59)- Fernando Pastor
Let me tell you a little about myself first before I ask you guys my question. I am 29 years old 5’7″ weight 150 pounds and have a body fat percentage of 14.69%. I have always been around the same weight maybe 10 pounds heavier at my worst and higher fat percentage but for the most part I have been fit and active all my life. My goal is to get more muscle definition. I do not necessarily want to get bigger as I need to stay agile and quick for my true passion (soccer) and I want maintain to that lean look. I do want my muscles to show more though. Should my goal be to build muscle or to loose fat? and if I should be working on building muscle should I go for a traditional muscle building splits or total body workouts? Oh, also I am already following the SHF meal plan and I take about 2500 calories with 400g in carbs 100g protein and 70g fat.

(16:38)- Derek Martin
Hey guys, I want to throw in here before I get started on my question, you guys do an awesome job answering all the questions to the best of your ability.. Very informative… Ok to start my question..or maybe questions. I workout at about 6:30am 3-4 times per week as it’s the best time to fit my schedule. I would like to know if I should be eating food before my workout and if so what should I be eating, or should I just drink a protein shake before and breakfast after? Another, I’d say more of a favor, is what would be a good routine for me to use considering my schedule? Thank You in advanced for everything, keep up the awesome work.







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