If you are bored doing your workout split and looking for an interesting and effective exercise program to enhance your strength and muscle size, you can try Chris Bumstead’s workout routine.
Chris Bumstead, a.k.a CBUM, has won Mr. Olympia Classic Physique five times in a row (2019-2023). He is known for his incredible physique, discipline, humble nature, and strong mindset.
He’s not just a champion on the stage but also an inspiration to many in the fitness industry.
Chris transparently shares his training style and bodybuilding secrets on his YouTube channel so anyone who wants to build a muscular physique can follow his advice.
With the help of CBum workouts (available on YouTube), I’ve designed a simple, easy-to-follow, and effective workout routine that can help you build strength, size, and muscularity. Pairing this workout routine with a healthy diet program will surely help you enhance your aesthetic over time.
Important Note: Being a professional bodybuilder, Chris Bumstead may have followed multiple workout routines throughout his career, which is why it’s not possible to share them all or the exact one because they are rarely available on the web. So, it won’t be an exact replica of his training program, but highly inspired by him.
12 Week Chris Bumstead Workout Routine for Strength and Size
Warm-up Before Working Sets: Start your workout with warm-up sets to stimulate your body temperature and prepare your muscles before going heavy. For example, you can bench press with an empty bar or light weight before starting your chest training and leg extension before hammering your quads.
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