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Want To Follow Waterbury


#1

Hi,
Guys, i did a lot of reading on T-Nation. I really like the ideas presented hear (as i've found that splits are not so effective for me as more 'werid' stuff and so on). I'm a typical endomorph and i've spent lots of my bb-ing on losing fat (Former Fat Guy - yep, that's me). My diet is high protein, mid carbs and lots of good fats. I won't lie : i did some aas, but always low doses (not the wisest decision in my life but still...)
Currently, i've been training 4x a week, push/pull routine with different reps : 3x8 or 8x3. I think it's time for a change. Which of CHad's program would make a perfect match? I'm going for lean muscle mass. I've downloaded his programs (thanks for the guy who put them in one .xls file), but i don't know which one would be ok (i'd prefer to traing 4x-5x times a week). Hft is a bit too hardcore for me as i have really weak regeneration, even on roids ( probably cause of my thyroid problems, i dunno).

I thought about something like 4x full-body with different reps, but i'd really like to see your view on it. Regards,


#2

They are all good and have there place. A good starting one and one with a TON of good reviews is ABBH


#3

As Phil mentioned, you can't go wrong with ABBH. But based on how you've been training, I suggest you start out with The Waterbury Method. From there, go to TBT, followed by Quattro Dynamo.


#4

Thanks for your replies guys :slightly_smiling:
Both ABBH and Waterbury Method look tempting. I'd prefer to have more workouts than 3, but i'd better stick to the your schedules (to avoid overtraining). I know it's nasty to ask (but hey... this is Testosterone-Nation... :slightly_smiling: ) are these programs suitable for aas cycle? (i would guess that yes, but still plz don't blame me for the idea of using gear).

Or maybe i could add some Chad's boosters to the Waterbury Method (to get 4days a week constant without 3/4)? Or it will be a bit over the top? Regards,


#5

I'm looking at starting the Waterbury Method on Monday. If you decide to go for it, be sure to keep us posted on your progress!


#6

AAS will work fine with any solid program. I would however personally if using something like that and wanting stellar results do something I KNOW works for me due to my having the time and experience in the gym. I would do a program new to me the first time without said supp to see what it does on its own.


#7

I think the Waterbury Method is great, and when I started it I felt like it was too much too soon for me personally but I was able to improve my workload and get great results from it.

Give it a shot for a while and see how it works for you.


#8

I'm on my second "Perfect 10" program. I would highly recommend this if you have lagging bodyparts that you want to bring up to speed.

High frequency is the shit... it works for me, anyway! I plan on adding at leach an inch to my arms by the end of this program.


#9

Thanks everyone :] I'm going to inform you on my progress.
Werid thing about fullbody and similar stuff - i can eat load of food (compared to splits) and i'm not gaing much fat (cool thing when you're an endomorph).