i'm a 28 y.o. male, currently a texas state trooper, i'm 6' 3", 275lbs. i've done alot of trial and error with workouts and have seen some progress...i've done alot of research and luckily came upon this site...my question is the following...i read CT's article on "Destroying Fat" and am going to try the routine in the article but need clarification on some things...
CT posted in the following:
If you're using two weekly heavy sessions I suggest dividing the body in two:
Day 1: Chest and Back
Day 2: Quads and Hamstrings
These workouts should look like this:
A1. Main chest exercise (DB press, incline DB press, wide grip bench press, etc.)
No rest (or 10 sec. to change exercises, as coach Poliquin would say)
A2. Chest secondary exercise (DB flies, cross-over, etc.)
Take 2 minutes of rest, then move on to...
B1. Main back exercise (weighted chins or pull-ups, chest-supported row, 1-arm row, etc.)
B2. Secondary back exercise (any back exercise described in my Torso solution article)
Does this mean do both chest workouts A1 & A2 then move on to the back workouts, B1 & B2? i've read on the forums that people are doing antagonist training by doing a main chest A1 with a main back B1 and so forth (A2-B2)...
Also posted in the article:
Day 1: Heavy lifting chest/back
Day 2: Lactate-inducing workout 1
Day 3: OFF
Day 4: Heavy lifting quads/hams
Day 5: OFF
Day 6: Lactate-inducing workout 2
Day 7: OFF
Also, on day 2 of the routine, the next day is Lactate Inducing Lifting consisting of circuit training...it consists of working the chest and back again, now if i do this wouldn't i be overtraining and hurting my gains if i worked chest and back the previous day?
How would i go by following this workout if i'm going to do two consecutive workouts where i have worked chest and back?...i've done my research but have not gotten any clarification and i apologize for this long ass question...i would appreciate the help