To the OP, I’ve often noticed that the most successful people tend to be on basically the same program forever. They often have change built into their program such as cycling exercises or rep parameters but I’ve never seen someone jumping from program to program on the elitefts logs for example unless their goals are changing too.
Similarly, all the really big guys I talk to will adjust things when they stagnate but they are doing basically the same thing with tweaks. Some people respond that this is because they have awesome genetics, I ignored those people and my results improved drastically. Or maybe my genetics improved.
<<< your training regime should constantly be changing to avoid muscle growth stagnating >>>
Even that is up for debate. Welcome to the wondrous world of human exercise physiology where nothing is necessarily what it seems and everything is definitely what it appears not to be… this week.
One more thing and believe me this is not just for you. It’s regimen, training regimen. A regime is what Saddam Hussein had when he was in power. I cannot bring myself to ignore the misuse of that word one more time =][/quote]
reÂ·gime also rÃ©Â·gime
4. A regulated system, as of diet and exercise; a regimen.
Government is the more common usage but it can refer to other things especially in the context of the medical field, as in diet, exercise, etc. Hey, you can’t be right about everything.