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    Aug 05, 2012 10:37 PM GMT
    I have been working traditionally, 4 times a week.. back/chest and bi/tri etc.. 2 days on and 1 day off (cardio day)

    My new gym partner wanted me to try this out and so far its been working though but im not sure if its the right way to do

    We work out 6 days a week.. And it looks like this:

    Everyday 20 min cardio +
    Sat - 8 exercises of chest
    Sun - 8 ex of Back + 6 exercises of chest
    Mon - 8 ex of shoulders + 6 exercises of chest
    Tues - 8 ex of bi/tri
    Wed - 10 ex of legs
    Thurs - wrap up - judo exercises
    Fri - completely off

    If you have a weak area, then:
    He says 3 days, consecutive exercises of chest, builds more muscle and burns more fat. Is this true? Does not the muscle require atleast a 48 hour rest before you do it again? What is this a new DTP?

    No protein shakes at all.. no creatinine, no glutamine?

    Eating right only.. 5 times a day.

    I am used to 2 days on and 2 days off and supersets ad giant sets.. but this guy only does isolated exercises..

    What do you guys think? Should i stick to this plan or go back to the one im used to
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    Aug 05, 2012 10:41 PM GMT
    I meant 2 days on and 1 day off.. It goes well with my work schedule as well..

    I tried Kris Gethins transformation prg. And i liked it...

    Feel free to comment
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    Aug 06, 2012 6:21 AM GMT
    Monday: Pizza and beer.
    Tuesday: Wine and cheese.
    Wednesday: Lobster and martini.
    Thursday: Steak and whiskey.
    Friday: Sushi and sake.
    Saturday: Sex and drugs.
    Sunday: Nap.
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    Aug 06, 2012 6:26 AM GMT
    Those seem like really excessive amounts of exercises per body part. How are your energy levels at the end of your workout?
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    Aug 06, 2012 7:14 AM GMT
    xrichx saidThose seem like really excessive amounts of exercises per body part.
    Not if he works out the way I suggested. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 06, 2012 5:48 PM GMT
    xrichx saidThose seem like really excessive amounts of exercises per body part. How are your energy levels at the end of your workout?


    Well, my energy levels are actually up after the workout. I feel better and I am getting faster results.

    But the time and effort is too much and requires constant commitment.

    This guy is a national judo champion.. He is annoying and has weird principles but they work.