Just give the program a solid training cycle (8-12 weeks at least) exactly as it’s prescribed, eat a solid bbing diet (there are some max ot diet articles that can be found online as well if you are interested). That is the only way you are going to know if it’s the right program for you. Good luck.[/quote]
Yes, I have been thinking to use the program for 8 weeks at least, also my diet is good to go! I do weight my food, check out my macros and so on…
Bump that, best habit I ever got in was following a program exactly as written and being religious in recording progress in a journal wkt to wkt and 6-8 weeks is exactly how long I give it to see how its working.
Yes a period of low rep training will add density to muscle tissue, and more reps will pump it up!
The best combination of strength training and hypertrophy training program Iv used was the 1-6 method, but is extremely demanding and worked best on an every other week frequency.
I did 8 weeks total of the 6-12-25 and the 1-6 for 4 weeks each alternated and was VERY,VERY pleased with the results, both are on site I believe [/quote]
That does sound decent results you have! Do you have the excel file written down or something? I would love to take a look and have an insight if that’s okey with you?
Okey, what do you guys think if I should go for the Max-OT for 8 weeks, and change it off to HST training for another 8 weeks? I want to balance out my body, so no plateaus is going on.
IMO you are way too paranoid about plateauing. Just take a deload week if you are starting to feel the effects of chronic fatigue, or switch up your exercise selection every now and then and as long as you are eating enough to support growth you will very rarely hit an actual legitimate plateau. I’m not saying you can’t do 8 weeks of max ot and then 8 weeks of HST, just trying to unbrainwash you out of the idea that you have to continually totally revamp your training on a regular basis to avoid the “dreaded plateau”.