Lats creating wings and thick chest

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  • #18264
    Ben
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    Hi guys,

    Am 6’5 and needing to grow some big lats and a thick chest.

    Body shape of an ectomorph, in a caloric surplus currently,

    what’s the best workouts/splits to do for these results?

    Many thanks

    #18299
    Anonymous
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    Hi guys, Am 6’5 and needing to grow some big lats and a thick chest. Body shape of an ectomorph, in a caloric surplus currently, what’s the best workouts/splits to do for these results? Many thanks

    First of all (and even though it doesn’t matter) I don’t believe this idea of best workout split. I think anyone, no matter what body type, female or male can achieve great results with any split there is available. Training splits are nothing but a piece of paper with some kind of structured plan but, how you execute that plan, is, what’s going to make the difference.

    However when it comes to individuals who are relatively thin and lean (like myself) I think the main focus should be on the basic lifts and getting strong AF on those. Not saying completely disregard all the fancy accessory lifts but what I am saying is those big movements are the ones that are going to get the most bang for your buck. Now, although I said I am not a firm believer of this best split idea I think for your needs specifically upper/lower or push/pull/legs would be very good options.

    #18316
    BryceBahm
    Participant

    Joe has a training split with video workouts that would be a fine place to start on the website

    #18355
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hi guys,

    Am 6’5 and needing to grow some big lats and a thick chest.

    Body shape of an ectomorph, in a caloric surplus currently,

    what’s the best workouts/splits to do for these results?

    Many thanks

    Same as everyone else! You could follow the six week workout planner if you want to be told exactly what to do, OR just have a look through any of the chest/back workouts, pick the ones you think you’d adhere to best, and get crackin. Track and measure progress for at least a couple
    Months before you make any changes

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