|Training discussion on Difference Between Strength Training and Bodybuilding, within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by ashimmatthanas As for Eric3237, ya.. i made a mistake... what i was trying to say is that ...|
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|12-19-2005, 01:18 PM||#21|
| EricT |
Experience: 7-10 Years
Join Date: Jul 2005
And I wasn't trying to call you out on making a mistake, I was simply cautioning against making over generalized statements. You used Chad to strengthen your point. I simply used him to prove mine.
Good luck on your arms, hrdgain. I do happen to be trying Waterbury's Perfect 10 for my chest. That's basically building up to ultra high frequency which is the only thing I can think you may not have tried. I'll let you know how that turns out just in case you want to try it for arms later on.
Right now I have no idea how effective it's gonna be, but my chest is sore as heck .
|12-20-2005, 09:54 AM||#22|
| RoryL |
Join Date: Dec 2005
[QUOTE=hrdgain81]Thats a good point that i havent thought of rory. I didnt start out with the slimest frame . And I seem to forget what I looked like when i was 240lbs, and unable to run a mile, or even bench my own bodywieght for that matter.
That's what I was getting at...you've come a long way.
I havent planned out my next HSt routine yet, but i intened to only do one week of 15's, 3 weeks of 10's, then 3 weeks of 5's. I'm going to go with mostly compound movements, and negate any ph/ps use. the week between christmas and new years will be my deconditioning week.
Sounds reasonable. In my experience, the initial phase of 15's is too submaximal. You're plan addresses this nicely. Keep trying different things though until you find exactly what works for you. It's all trial and error and individualistic. What works for me may not necessarily work for you. I can get away with 2 exercises/week for bi's and tri's.
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