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Experiences with Max-OT Training?

So I thought I was going to do Doggcrapp training, but after I made a thread here last week I realized that I might not be ready for that kind of training.

I was however thinking about doing MAX OT Training. I had a buddy of mine suggest it, and I wanted to see what peoples experiences on here was with it.

So, the split would look like this:
Monday: Chest and Triceps
DB Incline Press: 2 sets, one 6-8, one 10-12
Cable Incline Press: 2 sets 8-12
Converging Chest Press: 2 sets, one 6-8, one 10-12
Crossbody Triceps Extensions: 2 sets 10-12
Overhead Cable Extensions: 2 sets 10-12
DB Extension: 2 sets 8-12

Wednesday: Back and Biceps
Lat Pulldown: 2 sets 6-8, 10-12
Low to High Row: 2 sets: 6-8, 10-12
Rear Delt Row: 2 sets 8-12
Upper Back Pulldown: 2 sets 6-8, 10-12
Seated DB Curl: 2 sets 10-12
Preacher Curl: 2 sets 10-12
Face Away Cable Curl: 2 sets 10-12
Hammer Curl: 1 set 10-12
Reverse Curl: 1 set 10-12

Day 3: Shoulders and Legs
Cable Lateral Raises: 2 sets 10-12
Cable Y Raise: 2 sets 10-12
Cable Lateral Raise wrist height: 1 set 10-12
DB Shoulder Press: 1 set 8-12
DB Front Raise: 1 set 10-12
Leg Curl: 2 sets 6-8, 10-12
Leg Extension: 2 sets 10-12
Leg Press: 1 set 8-12 reps
Sissy Squats: 2 sets max reps
Calf Raise: 3 sets
Calf Press: 2 sets

I inculde a little higher reps, 4-6 seems like it would fry my joints.


Why would you not be ready for doggcrapp?

I’m pretty sure the suggestions were more that you were messing with it too much

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Yeah. Why not do it and tell us how it goes for you, and backfill with some info about your athletic experience and general activity and health rather than asking us to predict something about someone we know absolutely nothing about?

How’s that grab ya?