Thank you all for the detailed and insightful answers
True, i always tend to read a lot and overthink things too much when iâ??m new into something haha
So Just picking a lighter weight on the big exercises and learning the proper form instead of doing progressions would be a better approach? I tend to have really, reallyyy bad form on exercises and I want to be carefull to not get injured.
As far as conditioning goes, I did sprints on our local track and field stadium in the summer, but now the weather in my country doesnâ??t allow it anymore. We do suicide sprints and some other conditioning during hockey practices. I also skate a lot and do a few minutes of jumping rope at the end of gym sessions. Would it cut it?
Im currently working on this one
Wasnt aware of this. Good point
The programs you have mentioned are all great and written by professionals who know their job and I might get bashed for being stubborn, but:
I insist on creating my own program. It might be not as great as those above but makes me motivated to hit the gym and learn more about the lifts. But if my next thought is equally wrong I think I will just stick to Westside for Skinny bastards.
How about something like this?
Back Squat 4x8
Dumbbell Bench Press 4x8
Seated Cable Row 3x12
Glute Bridge 3x12
Face Pulls 3x12
Dead Bugs, Side plank, Waiters carry
Romanian Deadlift 4x8
Split Squat 3x12
Military Press 4x8
Chest Supported Row 3x12
Lat Pulldown 3x12
Back Extension 3x12
Pallof press, Plank