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|10-08-2011, 10:13 AM||#41 (permalink)|
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whats up with that:
A: Heavy but not THAT heavy to burn out: 2x5-8_3 min rest
B: Lighter higher volume: focus on chest and back "thickness"
-leg press 4x10-12 90sec rest
-decline dumbbell press 4x10-12 90 sec rest
-dumbbell row 4x10-12 90sec rest rest
-dumbbell pullover 2x15 1 min rest
-side lateral 2x15 1 min rest
-tric pushdowns 4x10-12 90 sec rest
The next cycles i would change the exercises on A day (other barbell bench variation/chin up variation). On B day i could change the focus to shoulders
and back" wideness" and do isos for chest and lat thickness:
More shoulder/"back wideness"
military press: 4x10-12
lat pulldown 4x10-12
cable cross: 2x15
bent over reverse flyes 2x15
I think thats not bad.
I train each muscle 2x the week ,the focus shifts a bit each cycle and i have no interference of fatigue because of this exercise selection.
Each new cycle i will ramp up the weights for deloading.
Is that sound? Or still more variation neccessary on the loading paramters the following cycles? (drop in volume?)
Last edited by flow; 10-08-2011 at 10:34 AM.
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