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Old 12-09-2009, 05:49 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Grim83 View Post
as it stands now this is the routine

2x a week A/B routine

A
A1.Breathing Squats- 1x20
A2.Pullovers- 1x20
Bench Press- 1x10*
BB row- 1x10*

B
A1.Breathing Squats- 1x20
A2.Pullovers- 1x20
Shoulder press- 1x10*
Back exercise^- 1x10*

*this is a rest pause set using your 5rm
^any compound move will do, DB row Chinup etc

add 5ibs to each exercise (except pullovers) every workout
grim i know you love the cluster set approach, but would that be the best for a beginner like me? and i'd like to workout 3 times a week... how does this sound:

A
Breathing Squats- 1x20
Pullovers- 1x20
Bench Press- 2-3x8-10
BB Row- 2-3x8-10

B
Breathing Squats- 1x20
Pullovers- 1x20
Military Press- 2-3x8-10
Chin-ups- 2-3x8-10

is it too much to be doing the breathing squats 3x a week?
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