i ment the workout was going to take too long, and that it was too much in terms of it giving results.. i mean, is there a point in doing this? does it give faster volume results than 3x8 even tough i obviously have to lower the weight.
sounds good, i'll maybe try 5 X 10 for preacher curls, flyes, cable lateral raises and pushdowns. still reading up on whats best tough
But one my bodybuilding day, which is once a week, what rep and set should i use on the bigger exercises like bp, bent over rows,leg press, shoulder press? 5 X 5? it's said that it gives you strength from using much weight, and the size of high volume training.
Yesterday i ate 5 hot dogs(885 40 fat, 75 carbs,40 protein), 1 pizza(1374 calories,52 fat,152 carbs,73 protein) and 2 burgers(720 cals, 32 fat,60 carbs, 40 protein) and drank pure whey protein powder( 190 calories, 3 fat,4 carbs,36 protein)
the hot dogs are some low fat thing
the pizza i eat doesn't really contain a wide variety of foods, mostly just cheese
Burgers are 85% meat, the burger breads i eat tough are pretty bad
yeah thats it, i usually don't get so much protein, cause i too often don't bother making burgers and just eat hot dogs instead, and bread of course. i often end up eating the chocolate they sell at school too. Thats some things i am currently working on.
well i used this --> http://scoobysworkshop.com/bodyfatCalculator.htm
Why not? i haven't done it long enough to say it works, but when i know from experience that other explosive exercises like clean and jerk give great results. and westside barbell does explosive training.
So yeah, i think i am going to give 5 X 10 a try on my accessory work, like preacher curls. and i think i am going to continue with 3x8 or maybe 5x5 on my bodybuilding day when it comes to the bigger exercises. Still searching for information tough,