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Old 10-13-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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I've been reading up alot on Chad Waterbury's routines and I really like all of it. Does anybody on here have any experience using them? here are links to a few of them:

T NATION | Total Body Split Training

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T NATION | Anti-Bodybuilding Hypertrophy Program - Part 1


i realized i am very able to go to the gym 2x a day and i like his idea of 2 shorter sessions better than 1 long session 3x a week. what do you guys think?
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I like his ideas. He has some fresh approaches.

I really like the 10x3.

I would give the 2x a day a try. Nothing teaches like experience. Heck, I want to find a way to do 2x a day right now.

You are dedicated and know how to train smart. two short and sweet sessions a day at your age might be good.
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When i first started lifting I did one of his routines where you worked up to a certain weight then started to count total reps


was very nice
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alright cool, the plan for now is to keep with starting strength, this is for a few months down the road i'll outline my plan in depth when the time comes
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these are some pretty cool looking routines, I may have to try something like this sometime. Maybe just for a couple of weeks to kinda shock my body, but not for a while. I am loving my BB split right now, but I will keep these in the back of my mind
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these are some pretty cool looking routines, I may have to try something like this sometime. Maybe just for a couple of weeks to kinda shock my body, but not for a while. I am loving my BB split right now, but I will keep these in the back of my mind
yeah man, theyre really interesting.

here's the one i'm going to do after starting strength: T NATION | Waterbury Method
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