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#1 commandopat

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 05:24 PM

I know there are varying opinions on how much and how often muscles should be trained when on cycle so I'm looking for personal experiences with this routine, preferably on cycle. A quick Google search yielded me little more than a host of BB.com opinions. A couple on this forum but not much feedback.

I'm not sure how well I could manage only working out three days/week, even if I'm hitting the gym hard on those days. I saw he has an advanced 4 day split which might be a little easier to swallow. Am I wasting my time on test, tren, dta (will drop soonish and replace with an oral)

Thoughts? Results?

I know Spiny is in the corner rocking back and forth thinking about such low volume workouts so let's assume I already realize that and am still curious! Lol
Exercise--------1RM--------@ Weight
Flat Bench-----395lbs x2---198lbs
Deadlift---------600lbs---- --210lbs
Pull-ups---------52
Pushups--------2020 in 1 set, non-stop, no knees on ground etc, in 2H 8 mins.

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 06:27 PM

Do you only train 3 days a week because you're either on the road or have a family to be with?

#3 commandopat

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 07:07 PM

I train 6 days most weeks, that's my concern with dropping to 3, or even 4 if I go with the "advanced" split.
Exercise--------1RM--------@ Weight
Flat Bench-----395lbs x2---198lbs
Deadlift---------600lbs---- --210lbs
Pull-ups---------52
Pushups--------2020 in 1 set, non-stop, no knees on ground etc, in 2H 8 mins.

#4 bradray

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 07:28 PM

Do an advanced 6 day split

#5 commandopat

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 07:32 PM

Do an advanced 6 day split

Lol, well according to the program 3-4 is all anyone can really handle and make progress. You're only repeating 2-3 workouts.
Exercise--------1RM--------@ Weight
Flat Bench-----395lbs x2---198lbs
Deadlift---------600lbs---- --210lbs
Pull-ups---------52
Pushups--------2020 in 1 set, non-stop, no knees on ground etc, in 2H 8 mins.

#6 iceman99uc

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 08:12 PM

3-4 days is probably ideal because of taxing of cns w the heavy weights. I know Westside and other powerlifting methods are based more on 4 days a week.

That said, training 4 days a week gives you lots of free time. That could be good or bad depending on your situation.

Maybe Muscle Addict will pop in here. I think he was training similar to this at one point. He might be able to offer insight

#7 commandopat

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Posted 06 December 2015 - 10:22 PM

The program does recommend cardio on off days and reading about it, the results seem pretty impressive... But I'd also love to hear it from people I "know".
Exercise--------1RM--------@ Weight
Flat Bench-----395lbs x2---198lbs
Deadlift---------600lbs---- --210lbs
Pull-ups---------52
Pushups--------2020 in 1 set, non-stop, no knees on ground etc, in 2H 8 mins.




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