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Old 06-05-2011, 08:33 AM   #2
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Just reiterating this point...
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The Classic Physique Program, is a solid program that can take you a long way. I would recommend utilizing the Classic Physique Program for at least 3-6 months before attempting the intermediate program. Realistically, if your a beginner you could use the classic program for a few years, and make good gains, if you kept progression moving.
Do not make the mistake in thinking that as you have trained for a year or two and you are an intermediate lifter, therefore thinking that you should just jump straight in to this routine for fullbody... It will wipe you out.

Even if you have been training a few years in a split style, then fullbody work is gonna be completely different and hit your body in a whole new way. EVERYONE starting fullbody should start on a BASIC program untill you are used to it (about 3-6 months), dont be fooled by the simplicity of them, they hurt !!!

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

Carl.
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