So I lost my job, and have a month to do whatever the hell I like, and enough money saved to spend a couple more months afterwards looking for a new job before I'm screwed. I have enough money saved for food too.
Anyway, a month that I'm going to dedicate almost entirely - well, as much time as is necessary/beneficial - to the gym. So... what would you do in this situation, as myself, a complete beginner?
I heard Arnold used to train about 6 hours a day - as did a lot of other pros and such - that's the kind of thing I'm talking about here (ok, I'm not talking about doing 6 hours every day 7 days a week here, but I want to do a lot more, that is my point). Would that be pointless for me? If it's suggested I go in for hours at a time, please advise what I should do ("3-4 exercises for 2 body parts daily" is enough of an explanation). Currently I'm doing 5-7 days/week split, no cardio, all lifting.
Not sure if this would be better off in the Bodybuilding forum for quality replies, or if it's a bit beginnerish, so I went with Beginners, but if you think I should move it, let me know.