I’m incorporating two EDT sessions to my training, one for upper body and another one for lower body.
My gym is always crowded, and I find it easy to follow Charle’s recommendations for upper body excercises, but it’s not so easy for the lower body:
"EDT workouts require you to have uninterrupted access to two pieces of exercise equipment for an entire 15-minute PR Zone. In crowded gym environments, this can sometimes be challenging.
But the solution is actually quite simple: as long as at least one of your antagonistic exercises is performed with a barbell or dumbbells, all you’ve got to do is carry the bar or dumbbells to your second station, which allows you to control access to that station for your PR Zone."
Well, I?m aiming for 3 PR-zones, the third one being “light”, involving calf or midsection work.
I could start for:
PR Zone 1 (15 min)
A1. Front Squats
Weight would be the same for both nd I think that both will be equally difficult, so that`s a good pairing I think, but I cant figure out a second one. Maybe DB Lounges (B1. left, B2. right)?
Third one could be a shorter (10 minutes) lighter one, as I said. I have machines, but I can?t occupy two of them at the same time.
Any ideas? Thank you very much.
PD: I?m doing heavy basic work (squats, deads, bench, rows…) with classic set/rep patterns on the other non-EDT sessions, these two workouts are intended to be pure EDT.