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    max ot workout program ..... check it out swolecat

    What do u guys think of AST's Max OT training program...Swolecat your opinon would really help on this whether you think its effective


    here check out the workout
    http://www.freedomfly.net/Documents/MAX-OT.pdf

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    looks good bro, i like what you wrote on 'positive failure', alot of doods out there dont understand why its counter productive. personally i hit 12-16 sets on larger muscle groups(chest/legs/back) and stick to 6-9 sets on smaller muscle groups(bis/tris/traps/etc)

    good stuff though

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    How are you supposed to have productive workouts on that m-f split??? Hormones????

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    Yeah, f that.

    ~SC~

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    I'm trying it out right now. I've adjusted the split to 4 days on 1-2 days off.

    Max-OT seems to cause/exacerbate injuries, so far I've "pulled" my bicep, shoulder and tweaked my quad.

    I'm going to give it a couple of more weeks...

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    It has worked great for me, I've put on about 40 pounds in 2 years, ok I lack a little in muscle seperation but this program has worked wonders for me. I also like the MAX-OT cardio since I hate doing cardio 16 min cardio is great. And the only injuries I've had was pulling my shoulder once. All my saying is, it works great for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronReload04
    How are you supposed to have productive workouts on that m-f split??? Hormones????

    First, the workouts are only 30 min. Science says that two consecutive days of rest will allow your muscles to fully recover/grow. Much better than two days a week; that are separated. Max-ot… easier for natural gains

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    To each his own, but for the majority "f-that".

    Won't work for me in any instance, and certain people will benefit from, however most won't. As w/any individualized response stimulus, all responses will differ but there will always be a majority.

    ~SC~

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    To each his own, but for the majority "f-that".

    Won't work for me in any instance, and certain people will benefit from, however most won't. As w/any individualized response stimulus, all responses will differ but there will always be a majority.

    ~SC~
    what the reasons why you strongly disagree with it? just curious...

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    ive been using max ot for the last 4 months or so.. it has been OK, i think im gonna try another workout routine soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLYWOOD
    what the reasons why you strongly disagree with it? just curious...
    People always get stuck on there ways, you know, I do it the best...
    That is a negative way to think because science is always improving.

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