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Old 10-12-2009, 10:03 AM   #10
bwys61
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1 Squat
2 Military Press
3 Pullup/Chinup
4 Deadlift
5 Bench Press
6 Row
7 Glute Ham Raise
8 Dips
9 Rear Delt Flyes
10 Plank



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Originally Posted by glwanabe View Post
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.


1. squats
2. deads
3. dips
4. presses
5. bench
6. bent row
7. cleans
8. chins
9. upright rowing
10. pullovers


I'm not done with this, I need to think about the order of a few of these. This is my first draft.
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