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Old 10-26-2011, 01:02 PM   #7
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Fazc,

Thank you for your reply again.
I can work out 2x the week. Thats why it would be possible to do one H day and one L/M day.

Like H: 5x5-7 3min rest. (approx. 80-85%1rpm) L/M: 4x10-12 1min rest. (approx 70%of 1rpm)

The main idea to change the H day to a PL cycle was, to prevent burnout (only aiming for the prescribed reps) and get some cycling in because if i stall on the template above or that you suggested-even when deloading-what should i do next? 3x3 on heavy day? 9x1? Board presses for 5?Just switching the exercises? Or lighten it up and to 20īs ? How should the L/M days be arranged then?
What happens after this cycle again?

Because of this problems this was one purpose why i thought of the PL cycle: Easier programming.
My mentioned pl cycle has already different reps sets and %of rpm build in and goes from light to heavy over the cycle and start new. i can repeat the cycle over and over without thinking too much. and also the accessory stuff is cycled with 4x10 for one cycle and 2x15 the other as mentioned.
The H and L/M principle is always remained during this cycle. The H gets the tension and weight increases in and the L/M day the fatigue through volume.

This is why i had the idea of setting up this programm and thread

I hope the picture is more clear now Fazc.

PS: Think my idea already exists. GST:
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...1353501&page=2
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Last edited by flow; 10-26-2011 at 01:21 PM.
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