I appreciate you sticking up for me buddy.
But no sweat, a lion doesn’t concern himself with the opinion of sheep.
I’m making progressive overload every single day. Whether that’s doing more reps, more sets, or more weight, I’m stressing my body a tiny bit more each day and it’s recovering fine.
My goal is to show people what’s possible. To show them that you can do this for the long term and no you don’t have to be on steroids or be a genetic freak.
We walk every single day and we don’t need to rest. Exercise is the same thing except obviously more stressful. But if you can condition your body to handle that stress day in, day out, you will make faster gains because you’re doing more work.
At the end of the day, more work = more gains.
Squat: 4x10 95 extra set
Leg Curl: 2x10 75 extra set
Machine Incline: 7x10 90 extra set
Lat Pulldown: 2x10 120, 4x10 135 +15 pounds
Dips: 4x10 bw
Seated Cable Row: 4x10 120
Machine Side Laterals: 4x10 90 +15 pounds
Right now, my focus is on getting a bigger upper chest, wider back, and wider delts.
The one drawback of working out every single day is, since your volume and intensity have to be carefully applied, you can’t be trying to do too many things at the same time.
You have to pick 1 exercise per muscle and focus on progressively overloading that. If you try to progress on all the exercises for that muscle you won’t recover properly.