Jim Stoppani recently released a program in Muscle and Fitness called "The Superman Program." In the program, you train every body part twice a week, giving you 4 days a week of working out and 3 days off; yet, this is not what I'm concerned with. What I'm concerned with is the training schedule. The training schedule looks like this:
Day 1: Chest/Back/shoulders/calves
Day 2: Legs/Abs/Bis/Tris/forearms
Day 3: OFF
Day 4: Same as day one
Day 5: Same as day two
Day 6: OFF
Day 7: OFF
I know I don't have to follow this program exactly, but with my work schedule in the fall (bulk season), I have to use this same schedule. My ULTIMATE concern is with how you are going to train Chest/Back and Bis/Tris back-to-back days. As you all know, Chest hit the triceps and back hits the biceps. Then, immediately after moderately working the triceps and biceps the day before, you blast each of them in an arm workout. Someone please provide me with some guidance. I feel like this is overtraining somewhat - however, I'm only an intermediate lifter, so I don't possess that much lifting knowledge.
Thread: The Superman Program.....HELP!