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    Please critique this workout

    Thinking about starting this workout, let me know what you guys think.

    6 day workout, alternating light and heavy workouts

    Heavy workouts are 4 exercises, 4 sets each, 4-8 reps per set.

    Light workouts are 1/2 heavy wourkout weight, 30,25,20,15 reps - 10 second rest in between sets.

    Moday:
    Legs Heavy
    Bi Light

    Tuesday:
    Tri Light
    Chest Heavy

    Wednesday:
    Shoulders Heavy
    Back Light

    Thursday:
    Legs Light
    Bi Heavy

    Friday:
    Tri Heavy
    Chest Light

    Saturday:
    Shoulders Light
    Back Heavy

    Sunday:
    Rest.


    What do you guys think?

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    anyone?

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    Every one is different bro.

    I would hit overtraining on that workout in two weeks.

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    Sounded like a bit too much to me too. Thx for the input!

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    What are you trying to do? This is one of the stranger workouts I have ever seen. No offence, but really, what is the goal of this, to completely thrash your body?

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    I agree man. To me this would be a workout to try to overtrain as quickly as possible. Unless you would do only one exercise for each bodypart, personally, I would try something else.

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    definitely overtraining. do less and youll get better results.

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    Got this workout from a friend who got it from a BB he knows. My friend is going to give it a try and and wanted me to try it as well. My first thought was that is sounded like too much.

    BTW, The BB said that this exercise puts on mass, adds strength, and helps you cut, all in one workout. Sounded like BS to me, so that's why I posed it here. You guys backed up what I thought was true.

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    That totally does make sense but I have never tried it, and I think that that much working out would be a little too much for my body. Its hard 2 say coz everybody is diff

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    I should state that the "light" workout each day is very low weight and only serves to give the muscle a "pump".

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