My goals are improved max strength, strength endurance, and cardio endurance, and if muscle is built that is fine.
Usually I train using 5x5 type stuff or sets of 3.
Also, I usually train full body, and do a high frequency low volume type plan.
I have done stuff similar to EDT (minute drills)
So ive been reading, and EDT sounds like a great program, and i'd like to try it for a few cycles.
I prefer to train more for strength so was thinking of doing 10 minute cycles instead of 20 minute cycles, but 15 minute cycles may do.
Im not sure what volume is recomended for EDT, but i remember reading somewhere around 60 reps total per exercise. I would probably be lifting heavier, and shoot for a range of 15-25 reps per exercise in the 10-15 minute time period.
Also, i wont be doing machine based exercises, but instead mainly the following:
Lastly, i would like to include some interval training for cardio, using rowing machines, treadmills, and bikes, as well as BW type exercises, and DB swings, etc.
Option 1: Same type of workout 3-4 days a week
Strength / power training:
10-15 mins per cycle
15-25 reps per exercise
Or option 2: EDT days, and cardio seperate
EDT: 3 days a week
Cardio: 2 days a week
15-30 minutes total
What do you guys think? I would prefer option 1, but is that a good setup, or should I chane anything?