08-08-2005, 11:04 PM #1
brutal chest/shoulder day tomm, not happy
Ok, so I have this pro doing my diet and workout routine to help me for my show. This guy is simply, a ****ing monster. I dont mean 230 or 240, I mean like 310lbs at probably no more than 8 or 9% bf and gets on stage in the 280's. He has me eating what seems like alot of food, but he's adjusting it all in 2 weeks again. I dont know about the workouts, they look like overtraining, but then again I'm on alot of gear right now and I'm eating a decent amount of food. This is my chest /shoulder day tomm. I'll post again tomm night if I'm alive.
decline db press- 4 sets of 15(increasing weight to heavy, maybe only get 8-10 reps on the last set)
inc db press- 4 sets of 15
hammer strength incline press- 4 sets of 25
pec deck- 4 sets of 25 supersetted with 4 sets of pushups at 25 reps/set.
seated db military press- 4 sets of 15
triset(all three exercises back to back)
front db raises- 4 sets of 15
upright rows- 4 sets of 15
side laterals- 4 sets of 15
1 hr cardio as well, I'll probably split it up and hit 30 min in the morning on empty stomach, then the other 30 after I train.
08-08-2005, 11:37 PM #2
ummmmmmmmm 310 8% bf????
08-09-2005, 02:44 AM #3Associate Member
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Well if he's the monster you say he is you might as well give his workout a shot
08-09-2005, 05:57 AM #4Originally Posted by stayinstacked
As for the workout if you are on $hit load of gear you my get away with it but IMO that is a lot for chest and shoulders and you could drop the pec- deck and pushups if your going for size...you could drop the frout raises to The anterior head gets massive stimulation during bench and your going to be doing a lot of that....i hope you have a good one tomozz...
08-09-2005, 09:43 AM #5AR Hall of Fame
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If I were doing a show, I'd be doing what I know works for me personally, not trying someone else's method(s) before the event. If I were to experiment w/someone else's protocol, I'd do so at a time other than that of preparing for a show so if it's not effective and doesn't work for you, you don't have to worry about it messing you up before your event.
08-09-2005, 11:49 AM #6Originally Posted by SwoleCat
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