Would this routine be overtraining for cutting in the summer?
Running every morning 2-3 miles + p90x every day following their program for cutting.
i dont think it'd be "over training", but its definately not necessary.
i did p90x... there are many better ways to cut.
just to judge your current level of activity.
stats my man,shoot em our way
I don't think it would be overtraining but most people I know that do P90x have not gotten great results from it.
p90x gets results simply because you do a **** load of cardio and maintain a strict ass diet.
it sapped the little strength i had and i lost the little muscle i had (mostly my fault with too low calories).
lift+diet+a little cardio=WIN
Full body routines are the way to go lifting + cardio = best of both worlds.
I'm currently rocking an advance fullbody split which, kicks my ass.
Endurance has gone way up, weight has dropped slightly, body fat dropped almost 1% in a week.
Pictures can be found in this thread http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/bod...ess-17-yo.html
I currently train 4 times a week sets reps look like 4 sets 12-10-8-6 reps with 4-5 exercises per body group.
Monday Chest tris abs
tuesday back bis
wednesday legs calves abs
The reason I want to get into p90 is because its convenient as I have the dvd set on hand and seems to work when I did part of it.
my Bodybuilding stats, last updated around 4 months ago
6'1.0" (1.85 m)
31" (78.74 cm)
170 lb (77.3 kg)
21" (53.34 cm)
13.2" (33.53 cm)
37" (93.98 cm)
10.8" (27.43 cm)
14.5" (34.54 cm)
48" (121.92 cm)
36.2" (91.95 cm)
14" (35.56 cm)
Lifts 1 rep max
Bench:223 lb (101.4 kg)
Bicep Curl: 118 lb (53.6 kg)
Squat:239 lb (108.6 kg)
Barbell Rows:157 lb (71.4 kg)
Deadlift:301 lb (136.8 kg)
Overhead Press: 157 lb (71.4 kg)
Why would you say it would not contribute to overall strength, out of curiosity.
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