I believe you have said that training a muscle 3x a week has given you the best results in a short period of time. When you were training like this, how did you split up the muscles. Or were you just following BBB for that time period?[/quote]
Well, the original BBB 2 way split ( chest, back, bis, calves and shoulders, tris, legs, abs) is a great split. Initially it looks like you are pairing to many large muscle groups together, but then you ask " what split would be more equitable?" and its hard to come up with anything. You are really just trying to get a 50/50 split, so in the best case scenario if you are 200 lbs you are trashing 100 lbs of your body every day. It seems daunting, but the limited volume helps it out. I’ve also had good success with legs, bis, tris, shoulders and Chest, back and abs. The one thing that I do try to stick with these days is training antagonistic bodyparts in the same workout. Whether its just the pump I get or being more efficient with my time, I really enjoy it. It also helps with joint integrity IMO, which I have had issues with in the past.[/quote]
Modok, I’ve been reading into one of the old BBB threads (the “OTS BBB Program” thread featuring discussions between C_C and you). When you started with BBB on 4 days a week what days in the week did you train (1,2,3,4 or 1,2,4,5,7?). How did you slot or determine a rest day?
You mentioned with regards to diet that you’re not carb tolerant, how did you know this? Bio signature or other means?