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04-17-2004, 09:50 PM
Saturday: 3 evenly spaced. fullbody. workouts
10 hours of sleep
Two 1 hour naps
Sunday : same as Saturday
Monday-Friday: 1 fullbodyworkout each day w/as much sleep as you can manage.
The next 7-10 days:rest
thinking of starting this next saturday, will post before/after info if I do.
04-17-2004, 09:55 PM
Why are you doing this? I doubt it will help.
However, if you want to do it once to see what happens, I'll be interested in hearing how it goes.
04-18-2004, 07:03 AM
What would each fulbody workout look like?
YOu should try to add weight (even if its just 1 kg) every workout.
04-18-2004, 09:21 AM
1 workout might look like:
3 sets 6 reps dbsquats, below parrallel w/ 3 minutes rest between each set
3 sets of ten close stance deadlifts w/ 3 minutes rest bet. each set
3 sets of 6 dumbell benchpress w/ 3 minutes rest bet. each set
chin-ups (no weight b/c I can only do around 6-8 at most, probaly 6) Same sets/rest/reps
some kind of ab work
and on the weekend when I work out three times I will probaly include a wide variety of other lifts on the 2 workouts after the one above(isolation/forearms/gripwork).
PS: I predict that I will have to go down in weight after each workout and will be very weak by Friday. I don't really see how you could add weight without getting to rest at least a day, wich I won't be.
04-18-2004, 10:06 AM
Id say do like one set of each.
Ass to grass bb squat 2 x 6-8
Deadlift 2 x 6-8
Bench Press 1 x 6-8
Pull ups 1 x 6-8
Overhead Press 1 x 6-8
If youre doing 10 workouts a week thats enough weekly volume for sure. Also, don't go to failure. Stop at about 1-2 reps before failure to avoid overtraining.
04-18-2004, 10:21 AM
yeah, I meant to include a db press but I forgot