I apologize for my english not perfect, not my first language.
I am in very rough point of my life, literary everything is falling a part. I also don’t have a job at the moment and the only thing that keeps me away from depression is training.
I can’t afford gym membership at the moment, so I train in somewhat public “gym” in the open. Good thing about this is also that when I train I am in the nature and that feels great and helps me to stay positive.
Bad thing is that I am very limited with possibility to engage weights and machines and I would like to incorporate the type of training with low volume/high intensity like you advocate in your recent work and in the topic of main driver of muscle.
My only goal is maximum hypertrophy. I am natural, 41 yo, with few years of lifting experience. I have run many programs, but noticed that probably low volume/high intensity works best for me.
In this public “gym” in the open I have available:
All devices for “street workout” type of training + some tree trunks posted as lumberjack device + some barbells with fixed weight (car tyres and concrete weight) and I have dumbbels at home.
So basically I can do:
push ups with handles
lateral with dumbbels
chest flies with dumbbels
shoulder press with lumberjack type
lumberjack squat (fixed weight)
lumberjack RDL (fixed weight)
lumberjack rows (2 devices so basically ligher and heavier)
Barbells that are available I can use only one(fixed weight), as other are way too heavy or damaged.
Frequency and volume I can figure myself as I studied everything in the topic but how to structure workout with equipment that is available and not to overlap muscle groups and how to progress in these circumstances?
Does intensifying techniques like rest-pause have a sense with stuff like dips and pull ups?
Thank you very much for your help