These are my “big six”:
Pullup, Sumo Deadlift (because we love each other), Olympic style Squat, Bench (but not at the moment cause I need shoulder rehab), Military Press (shoulder Rehab), and chest supported row.
I’ve been searching to no avail for a template to follow for training 6 days a week (because I hate not training) in a way that’s focused on improving limit strength.
I’m still at the beginner level (and yes I’d prefer to train for 6 days a week despite that fact). My lifts are below where they should be due to my budget cutting into my diet and gym access though I never quit training. The situation is slightly better now. My max deadlift is 315, max squat is a little over but pretty close to 240 and my max bench (with poo shoulders) is 180, military press is about 130 and I can do a pullup with 65 pounds extra. My lightest ever before training was 165, my heaviest ever with training was 190, but that has declined and I now sit at about 180 because of “interference”.
At the moment I’m drinking a Canadian gallon of milk which is slightly larger than an american gallon (comes to about 2080 calories), and eating 2 lbs of ground pork a day (another 2000), somedays I’ll add a cup of rice (dry) which comes out to about 640 extra calories, and I eat my salads and rice with heaps of olive oil. Unfortunately it sometimes seems that I have the metabolism of a tactical nuke.
So back to the original question. 6 excercises, 6 days a week, what kind of programing/resources would you reccommend, what kind of accessory movements would you suggest?
(Oh, and I’ve tried rippetoes, which by the way isn’t a 6 day schedule so how dare you for even thinking of mentioning it! lol)