Originally Posted by bigbiz
I tried the Day 2 workout today, and I loved it. My favorite part of the exercise, are the deadlifts and the squats. I ate a PBJ sandwich after the workout, is that a good post workout snack.
If you like squats and deadlifts, then you are off to a good start. Make sure you're doing the squats all the way down, or A2G (ass to the grass), like Kane said.
I'll try to refrain from speaking of you in third person, bigbiz
Why don't you post exactly what you did in that workout. Reps, sets, and everything. If you didn't write everything down; start doing it now and ALWAYS do it.
When you say "Day Two" I'm assuming you're doing what Kane suggested, and that you plan a three way split.
Those other workouts mentioned above are full body. The parameters are quite a bit different.
Crazy as it may seem you don't necassarily have to do a program designed by a famous strength coach, although that may be the direction you choose to go in. Let us know what you did and what you are planning and that should help.
It's good that you mentioned a post workout snack. You've obviously been picking up some things. A pbj isn't too terrible, but you can do much better. Lets get your program down first, though.
Originally Posted by Anuj
there arent that many options because he doesn have a foundation... whats the point of curling 100 lbs and deadlifting 70 lbs..
Anuj, buddy, that doesn't make any sense! There are countless options for building up a "foundation". If you've never weight trained before, and you are deadlifting only 40 pounds, there's still a point to it. Beginning weighttrainers already existed, after all, before there was the internet and monthly articles at places like T-Nation.
Edit: Oh, now I see, Anuj. You're talking about the arms vs. body thing. Judging by bigbiz's comments about squats and deadlifts, I think the message has been recieved and processed.