Well this is interesting, I bought a Muscle&Fitness magazine awhile ago and was reading it again, and found this workout. I decided to share it with you guys
Title: The 100 reps war
Made by: Trainer James "Buddy" Primm
Info: Its called 100s training and, as the name implies consists of one set of 100 reps. Each set so punishing that upon completion it provides the lifter "a sense of accomplishment". Terrell Owens of the Buffalo Bills, one of NFL's most shredded physiques uses it. (Taken basically word for word out of Muscle&Fitness)
WARNING: James "Buddy" Primm notes that this is for experience lifters, he also notes that when you first start out you should do 5 sets 20 reps then 2 sets 50 reps, and work your way up to 100 reps in one set.As for rest periods, a good rule of thumb is to rest for as many seconds as you have reps remaining, if you stop after 50 reps, for example, rest 50 seconds. If on the same set if you reach 75 reps before failing again, you'd rest 25 seconds. Also after you have completed the program, you should wait at least 6 weeks before returning to it.
All credit goes to Muscle&Fitness magazine, and James "Buddy" Primm, I am just sharing it with you guys, also if you like it, +rep would be appreciated.
These previous posters are a little new I'm guessing.
I've performed this once or twice for fun. It's a good workout and hard as hell to complete. It's not something I'd do allll the time. But once every few months, it's great to shock the muscle. Try it out.