Originally Posted by BendtheBar
Coop, you're still a beginner. And don't take that as a bad thing, or as me putting you down. It's not meant that way.
You are putting in work, and that's a great thing. But you are facing a temptation right now to make things too complicated. Simple is really the best way to go for a very long time.
I used the same workout for nearly 20 years, with small tweaks of course. I'm not telling you need to do that, or to model me, but I do want to encourage you to find a program that you like, and that you want to use, and to commit to it for a year.
We've given you a lot of great programs this year. The real key for you is to find one of them you love, and are willing to commit too, and to just keeping working.
5/3/1 is it for 10 months which makes a year, i agree btb
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