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Old 04-25-2010, 04:34 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Just read Body For Life. Pretty standard stuff. One thing I found interesting was Bill's advocacy of an upper body workout consisting of 2 exercises each for the chest, back, shoulders, biceps and triceps. Each exercise should consist of 5 sets each, and the goal is to finish around 46 minutes.

Am I calculating wrong, or is this 50 sets in under 50 minutes?

Granted the intensity and weight are ramped up, but from a simple math standpoint it doesn't add up. Anyone know more about his training approach? Am I missing anything?

Also, a nice audio interview:

TMUSCLE.com | Audio Interview: TC
I don't think you're missing anything, sounds like it wasn't well thought out when it was written, clearly not a routine he actually follows himself.
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