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Old 07-01-2014, 12:45 AM   #91
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I have been on a Full Body workout for the past 60 days now. I do have a Training Log on MAB, the link is in my signature.

The reason I started on this type of program is because I thought why don't people use basic lifting techniques to build a physique that most people are trying to aspire to? Unfortunately, Mass Media, $$$$, has killed common sense. Selling a product means more than discussing what an individual should be doing. I then discovered what 'Classic Lifters' were doing and I knew I had to do this.


My Experience With Full Body:
I started this program when I returned to Afghanistan, Apr 2014. Apr 21st I weighed 200 with a BF% estimated at 14%. June 21st I weighed in at 206, no idea on BF%; I can see that I have lost more fat on my limbs, more visible veins (hands to shoulders; feet to quads).

The variation of Reeves workout I perform is:
Shoulders
Chest
Back
Biceps
Triceps
Legs
Calf
Deadlift - 1 day a week

When I first started on this program I lowered the weight and worked into it to get used to the change of work performed. I felt the difference, and wondered how anyone could do this type of training!? The first 2-3 weeks I felt more tired than usual, but I kept eating and stuck with it.

I am now pushing heavier weight for reps than compared to the other routines I was doing (PHUL and SL5x5). I feel great. I am progressing.

Now with 2 months of Full Body under my belt, I am making some changes from the variation I found online and pushing for more compound lifts still using the 3 sets for 8-12 reps. I started this change with yesterdays workout.
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Old 07-01-2014, 12:38 PM   #92
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Fullbody workouts is great for natural lifters! and who want a classic Physique!
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