Prime Male Powerbuilding Week 5

I just finished my last powerbuilding workout of the week. It’s been all about getting stronger. But I’ve also been integrating bodybuilding training, which is why I call these powerbuilding workouts. My goal is a combination of strength building and enhancing my body composition.

This was week 5 of my Prime Male Strength Training series (this week I changed ‘strength training’ to powerbuilding in the title). And I thought I would fall behind a little this week as I have been fighting a cold. So I actually took Monday and Tuesday off from the gym. This gave me only 3 workouts this week.

Push, Pull, Legs Powerbuilding Workouts

In the rare event that I only get 3 days to workout within a week, I resort to the old school push, pull, legs workout. I don’t use that particular order, but the concept is to hit every major muscle within 3 workouts.

Even though I was feeling under the weather, I continued taking my Prime Male test booster every day. I don’t know if that helped me recover any faster, but I would venture to say it did. Prime Male is very nutrient-dense and that’s what our bodies need. Nutrients.

I’m going to list each powerbuilding workout I did below. Again, I didn’t do the typical push, pull, legs order. I like to start out my workouts for the week with back.


Prime Male Workout – Pull

Wednesday I trained back and biceps. This was my pull day. I started out with my usual deadlifts but didn’t go quite as heavy being that I was recovering from a cold. Here’s the pull workout:

  • Deadlifts
  • Barbell Rows
  • Dumbbell Rows
  • Lat Pulldowns
  • Dumbbell Hammer Curls
  • Preacher Curls

Prime Male Workout – Legs

Yesterday (Thursday) I trained legs. I generally don’t like to train legs after back, especially if I do deadlifts on back day. I’ve been squatting on the Smith Machine lately on leg day so that’s a lot of pressure on my lower back. However, I decided to train legs anyway. I wanted to give my upper body a day of rest between the push and pull.

  • Leg Press – 5 rest-pause sets
  • Squats – 4 x 10
  • Leg Extensions – 7 x 12
  • Plate-Loaded Squat Machine – 4 x 12 (drop set on final set)

Prime Male Workout – Push

This morning (Friday) was my push workout and I trained chest and triceps. I was a little tired from fighting this cold and I had two pretty heavy workout days prior. But I ‘pushed’ through it.

  • Bench Press – 5 x 10, 4, 3, 1, 1
  • Incline Bench Press – 4 x 10
  • Cable Crossovers – 3 x 12
  • Seated Overhead Triceps Extensions – 4 x 12
  • Rope Pressdowns – 4 x 12

Prime Male Test Booster with Powerbuilding Workouts

I’ve been documenting my strength training workout results using Prime Male for 5 weeks now. I’m really impressed with the results. At 41 years old, I’m progressively getting stronger.

The results are never as quick as we want them, whether we’re taking a test booster or not. But I can say that I’ve gotten stronger with Prime Male faster than I would have without it.

Even though I was a little sick this week I was still able to train a few days. I expect to rest over the weekend and hit it really hard on Monday. I’ll be back on my normal 5-day powerbuilding workout routine.

You can read my full Prime Male review and experience by clicking the link below:

Jason’s Prime Male Review

Post Workout Shake and Prime Male

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