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#254192 - 05/16/06 12:13 PM Re: *Drumroll* Review my workout! [Re: Cord]
TimBlack Offline

Registered: 05/10/05
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Loc: UK, Brighton

He devotes a whole workout to training his core and posterior chain, and addresses his big compound movements in a seperate workout. Nothing wrong with that, ask the fellas at Westside Barbell

Go Westside! I love their training concepts/articles, really interesting stuff. I may try their bench workout next year, after I've given Waterbury's HFT a try
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#254193 - 05/16/06 10:28 PM Re: *Drumroll* Review my workout! [Re: Cord]
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Registered: 05/20/05
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Loc: Bronx NY, USA
Well I used to have the ab workout and the strength workout in a giant circuit, but on my second circuit I'd spend so much time doing the ab exercises that I felt I ended up resting everything else for too long, didn't feel as intense. For a while I went with it and then decided to tamper and make them seperate, and making the ab workout go to maximum, rather than just a big number.

Another questions, lets say 25lbs becomes too easy for me and I'm able to pull off all 3 circuits with it, should I stick with the 25 till all my muscles can deal with it? My triceps have a much harder time than the rest of my body, so should I stick with the 25lbs until all my muscles "find it" easy so I have a balance? I know this might slow the progress of my other muscle groups, but I think it'd be worth spending a little extra time in order to be balanced.

Edited by Mr_Heretik (05/16/06 10:31 PM)

#254194 - 05/18/06 12:35 AM Re: *Drumroll* Review my workout! [Re: Mr_Heretik]
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Update, Upright Rows have started to become easy. This is what I was talking about, once alot of the exercises become too easy for the other muscle groups and not the triceps, should I stick with the weight until its easy for all muscle groups?

#254195 - 05/21/06 11:01 PM Re: *Drumroll* Review my workout! [Re: Mr_Heretik]
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Woah I was digging through a closet and came across my mom's old swiss ball.

Can I use it for bench(swiss?) presses? If so, should I do a lighter weight so until I get used to it? I tried sitting on it and it was difficult trying to balance.

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