Hahaha its really my friend and not me !! …
I already tried to teach him the lifts, but surrendered due to his lack of flexibility. He will work on his flexibility.
But I still would like to get an answer hahaha. I have read about heavy and light days, speed days, but nothing about different days e.g. size days and strength days. Is this a good idea? It looks good for me.
Thank you guys all for posting, he really need to learn how to squat and deadlift … But he is sometimes lazy… :([/quote]
Take it for what it’s worth… well from someone who has coached athletes from 26 different sports including pros, olympians and pro bodybuilders and over 1000 personal training clients.
Someone who isn’t willing to work REAL HARD at making his body physically able to do the most important lifts there is (when I got back to the olympic lifts my mobility sucked… I literally did 45-60 minutes of intense mobility work EVERY DAY until I could do the movements right, with no restrictions) and who doesn’t want to learn to squat or deadlift because they are sometimes lazy will NEVER achieve any worthwhile results. NEVER … unless they are freaks or use drugs. And I doubt that your friend is a freak.
Long ago I decided to stop wasting my time trying to help people who are lazy and are not hard workers… it’s a waste of my time because they will never put my advice to good use and achieve anything.
So I wont give you any advice and I hope that none of my readers do either.
If he ever gets his act together, become physically capable of doing squats and deads properly (which are basic human movements that everybody should be able to do) and magically becomes a hard worker, come back to me with your question.