This doesn't have to do with nutrition, but I don't know where to post it; it doesn't have to do with strength; I also can't post it in the bodybuilding section because some of my buddies and foes there are all mad at me now because I'm no longer gunnin' "fa tree-hunnit poundz".
I actually went on a general fitness kick for sometime, as many of you know, performing a TBT workout three times per week. However, after buying Maximum Strength by Eric Cressey, the strength bug got to me again and I actually plan on getting strong as hell again.
When following a Westside routine for nearly a year, my poundages soared and I gained more mass than I ever had in that time. With the information in the book and the G-Flux articles by Berardi, I've designed a new Westside type of program incorporating energy workouts and more prehabilatative exercise: intervals, a circuit once per week, and exercises like YTWLs, scarecrows, bridge variations, more single-leg exercises, and external rotation variations.
I DON'T want to visit the gym or exercise more than 5 days per week; so I'm considering doing my interval session after my weekly circuit or after one of my weight workouts.
Where do you guys usually place your interval sessions?
Again, I didn't know where to post this. I actually have some nice online friends from this nutrition forum ever since creating the RFL thread. I've now gained some mass that I lost from doing TBT and general fitness stuff and following RFL.
But I'm actually at an old weight, 230 pounds, with a BETTER body composition and feel great; I'm more flexible and leaner and lighter on my feet, none of which have anything to do with...
gunnin' fa tree-hunnit poundz...
gunnin' fo' a fie- or faw-hunnit pound bench!