[quote]mr popular wrote:
If you don’t have faith in the program, by all means do a different one.
it doesn’t really matter what you do as long as all your muscle groups are getting stronger and you are consistently gaining scale weight.
I tend to differ from a lot of people on this board in the sense that I do believe direct arm work is a good thing just as direct calf and shoulder work is.
If you want your arms to get larger, you have to make them stronger, and for a lot of people pullups are mainly going to target the back (as i believe they should), and the biceps won’t get the direct work they need to grow as fast as possible.
Dips could go either way depending on how you do them and what your body structure is. But I wouldn’t use it as BOTH my main chest and my main tricep exercise, as most likely one or the other muscle group will suffer.[/quote]
Agreed. Good post.
OP, if you want to do the Waterbury Method, then do the Waterbury Method. If you want to do something that has more direct arm work, then do something that has more direct arm work. Do not (as others have stated) try to combine programs. You likely do not have the expertise or experience to be able to pull that off effectively and will probably wind up getting sub par results.
Once again, if you don’t like the Waterbury Method’s lack of direct arm work, do something else.