Originally Posted by glwanabe
This a carryover from something Val said in his log.
How would you build a program based on a set number of movements?
Starting with a single move and adding moves up to a total of 10. For instance, if I was doing a three move workout, I'd take my list, and do moves, 1-2-3.
Peary Rader had a similer process with his abreviated routines. What is your thought process?
My own thought process is to keep it as a wholebody program, that could be done in 60-90 minutes 3x week.
6. bent row
9. upright rowing
I'm not done with this, I need to think about the order of a few of these. This is my first draft.
Allright, I spent some time thinking about this, and I've come to a different thought process.
It's not as easy as just building a sequential list. You have to approach each workout differently based on the number of moves you would be allowed to use.
For a one move workout I would do.
1.) Full olympic cleans.
largest multi joint movement I can think of, and hits nearly your whole body.
For a 2 move set.
a. full cleans
For a 3 move set
For a 4 move set.
For a 5 move set
For a 6 move set
For a 7 move set
For a 8 move set.
h. upright rows
For a 9 move set add
i. calf raises
and for a 10
j. full olympic cleans
I think thats what I'd do.