Personally, I’d train my calves and arms. [/quote]
So, say, on day A, to Bi’s, B do calves and C do tri’s?
this looks like some crazy hybrid of 5x5, 5/3/1 and DC training.[/quote]
It sort of is, but I was aiming to do a massive, heavy set at the beginning of the week, a lighter one in the middle, and heavy again at the end, trying to mix up the rep/set schemes to activate things differently throughout the week.
and eat something ffs. I’m assuming you’re not trying to stay in a certain weight class for any competitive reasons. 154# @ 5’10" probably looks somewhat emaciated even at 5% body fat or less…[/quote]
I’m actually up from around 119, but yeah, still pretty thin.
Not to mention the massive strain on the inner flambigguseters are all out of whack. Vertical rows on deadlift day? Are you kidding? You’ll demolish the intricate muscular circuitry that connects the upper and lower posterior chain to the core nexus joint on the anterior deltoid head[/quote]
Whew, wouldn’t wanna do that!! Lol
Vertical rows on deadlift day? Are you kidding? [/quote]
Ummm, yes? Yes, it was a test. You passed. Well done!! Haha, I thought deadlifts were mostly lower back, whilst rows were upper back? Or have I got that completely wrong… What would you suggest instead? I was aiming for a upper push, upper pull & legs type thing throughout. What about face pulls?
And where’s your deload at? Eventually your CNS will burn out and catapult you into a perpetual state of diminishing returns due to overtraining with this obscene workout program. Strength and muscle gain plan? More like catabolic weakness.[/quote]
I was aiming to deload throughout the week, as per above sentence. Am I better off doing it every few weeks, or what?
you might wanna take a look at Wendler’s spill about total body training[/quote]
Cheers, will do.
Nice one guys, didn’t think it would be perfect, but now I know where to adjust. Time to re-read!!