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Old 02-19-2012, 04:33 PM   #7
Fazc
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Thanks for the response Hazz, I'm mulling it over in my head with some other stuff.

Back to your thread:

The body can handle a lot more than what is typically seen and adaptive abilities do increase if you give them time. Your routine while crazy looking is do-able as long as you temper your enthusiasm initially. I really would suggest deload weeks if you're not good at holding back or working with percentages (as I am not) because pushing hard like that ALL the time will mess you up. C&Ps injury list is extensive, as well as the Bulgarians he likes. You know I love a good high frequency training routine but from the digging around that i've done injuries are relatively common. I really would stress every 3rd or 4th week be a light one.

Here is my current schedule by the way, so you don't think you're completely crazy (or you think I'm just as crazy)

PM Sessions (Varying rep schemes, usually 6 singles or triples, and sometimes ramping upto 1 top single)

Day 1: Equipped Bench, Bent Row
Day 2: Equipped Squat, Equipped Dead
Day 3: Slingshot CGBP, GMs
Day 4: Raw Squats, Deficit Deads
Day 5: Slingshot Bench, Shrugs
Day 6: Raw Bench, Partial SQ, RDLs

AM Sessions (Various, singles or 6 doubles or triples)

Day 1: Power Clean
Day 2: Press
Day 3: Snatch
Day 4: BTN Push Press
Day 5: Power Clean
Day 6: Press
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