I checked that program out, and it only has people doing 7 sets or less for a muscel. I feel like thats too easy. I read all of the first two BEGINNER I and BEGINNER II. And one of the main things was Strength= fewer exercises and more sets. I also looked at never make a bad program again.
By no means am I saying that you are wrong, I know that I am just starting out, but I feel the workout I do now is a hard one and that I could make good gains. Could you tell me what is flawed about my program. [/quote]
LOL this is so typical. You were given great advice from Scott, someone with far more experience than you, but you of course know better than him.
You were already given a perfectly good program. Why do you feel the need to tweak it and ‘make it better’? Why is it so hard to understand that more is not better, and that the absolute quickest way to get your strength up for reps will also be the absolute quickest way to get you the biggest?
There is no magical program. Pick somethign and stick with it. If you were to just do something bare bones like the one given to you for 3 years without wasting time with excessive sets and rest-pause and other advanced techniques that will do nothing for you right now, you would make far better progress than all the newbies who are agonizing over minutia.