[quote]Dirty Gerdy wrote:
Dirty Gerdy wrote:
with 3 solid workouts…I mean solid workouts, in a bulk can be successful. I think with a cut you will need to be exercising more in general.
If you decide to cut then I’d say add cardio in at least 2 more times throughout the week.
Now, that’s something I can really agree with. I plan to do that, I may gain a little fat, but I will use the holidays as cutting phases so I should be doing well enough in the long-term.
Anyway, thanks for your advice and bearing with me.
good luck trying to cut over the holidays…lol
I will be dieting for a show over thanksgiving and already know its going to be hard. lol
Hey, don’t crush my hopes here :P. But seriously, I have done it before, it isn’t THAT hard. I think I have enough discipline to do it.
Whether you decide to cut or bulk you shouldn’t be changing anaerobic training quite much, cardio and diet are the key. I think you’ll find results with that approach, but be careful about the exercises you choose for each bodypart; I can’t tell you which ones to choose, that’s a subjective matter, just choose the ones that are the most efficient in terms of workload (the most) and time (the least), FOR YOU. Be honest with yourself, to be effective you shouldn’t choose the exercises you like, you may hate them, but they should be the most efficient.[/quote]
Thanks for the advice. I think that I use the best excercises in terms of workload (Deadlift, squat, vertical push and pull; and horizontal push and pull) and time. I would like to get some isolation work after, but I will see what is effective and how much time do I have. By the way, if I’m thinking wrong, please, correct me.
If two days is all you’ve got, just play the hand you’re dealt. School is more important.
That said, you could play the hand you’re dealt with a lot of intensity. Some of the old school bbers would train each muscle group just once a fortnight for periods using high intensity training methods.
I don’t know much about that, though.[/quote]
Well, I expected some insight about that matter when I posted my situation. I think that I remember somebody (a famous bodybuilder) that went to recommend working out every 15 days or so. However, I may be wrong.