07-02-2005, 06:24 AM #1
For those who do cardio followed by a body part.
Do you/can you...do more exercises, sets and reps because your hitting the bodypart by itself and it has 7 days to rest?
Not sure if you read my other post, but I'm trying to switch from a powerlifting style program to a bodybuilding one.
I am strong, and can get much stronger, but I want to look better and build rounder, fuller muscles. Especially in my shoulders and arms.
07-02-2005, 06:28 AM #2
Also, does anyone train totally by instinct? Meaning, whatever you feel like training with whatever fashion suits your mood/need?
07-02-2005, 09:21 AM #3
When I do a bodypart once a week, I generally do anywhere from 4 to 6 exercises for about 3 sets (not including warm ups or supers). I don't go insanely heavy but I use a moderate weight. I concentrate more on the feel over the poundage. When I work out a body part twice I week, I tend to have one heavy day where I'll do 2 compound exercises for low reps for about 3 sets and then later in the week, do 3 isolation exercises just to flush the blood in and out.
I grow better on the higher reps with moderate weight but find I need longer time off.
07-03-2005, 06:00 AM #4
Thanks for the reply bro. I am starting to feel that the same applies for me as well. Are workout protocols are very similar also. What are you stats?
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