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Paul Teutul, Sr & Split Training


#1


Splits must be best! Hee hee. From an article I found:

Q: What's your schedule?

We do it every day at noon. We train, have lunch and go back to work.

Q: And your routine?

I don't like a long, drawn-out workout. I do a half-hour, 45 minutes. I like to do one bodypart a day, sometimes two. I'll go in and do just tri's, and the next day bi's, then shoulders and chest.
When I do chest, I'll do inclines and declines. Sometimes I'll do bi's and tri's together, but generally I like to concentrate on one bodypart. Some days I'll do high reps and light weights, some days I'll do the opposite.

More: http://ifitandhealthy.com/paul-teutul-sr-workout-and-diet/#more-576


#2

I have a lot of respect for that guy. He turned his life around after having problems with drugs.

He started a number of successful businesses to leave to his family and he is pretty strong for an old guy.


#3

He definitely is a big guy, but I wanna see the wheels!


#4

Yes, much respect to the man.

The mustache alone demands respect.

--JB


#5

on OCC this is clip of him training he benched 405 for a double and he's pushing 60 that's a bad ass biker right there son


#6

Definitely a strong guy, but I think it's time they took his show off the air. It's basically become a parody of itself. I really liked the first couple of seasons but now it seems too scripted.


#7

If I saw the same episode, he did partial reps.


#8

Other than "just tris" or "just bis" in his split, he actually sounds like he knows what he's doing.

His diet is actually alot better than I had ever thought it would be. That is, if he actually eats what he says in the article.