What are you hoping to accomplish besides dropping the BS as you said?
A few month ago switched to a full body routine 3 days a week and I am really loving it. Not a whole lot of “BS” but a lot of basics. IMO it is great. I’ve never trained full body before and I enjoy it a lot.
I wouldn’t necessarily recommend the routine that your laid out in your post but with a little tweaking you can come up with something similar that is a little more balanced.[/quote]
Thanks for the feedback, what tweaking would you advise? I tried out the workout just to see what it was like, it’s a bit difficult trying to push through all 6 of the movements in a decent time frame, but I find as long as I dont rest for too long I can be finished within an hour. The only problem is that with shortened rest intervals I find I am constantly gasping for air, I’m probably just unfit though…[/quote]
The tweaking that I am talking about is changing up your exercise selection, sets and reps. You can still hit the same muscle groups but change up the movements to give yourself a little bit of variety and also to prevent imbalances.
By changing your sets and reps you’ll be able to work on some traditional “strength/power” (lower rep ranges) along with hypertrophy (higher rep ranges)
Again, this is just my opinion so take that with a grain of salt.
One thing that TBT showed me was that my cardio was lacking… Big time lol. It takes some getting used to but heavy deadlifts and bench in the same workout really take it out of you when you aren’t used it it. Don’t worry though… It gets easier :)[/quote]
Okay I’ll definitely consider it! I definitely agree with TBT taking it all out of you, I can only get fitter from here though. Thanks a bunch for your help!