Dont, shit takes time
My shits are like 16.7499999999999999999 now but I bet they will drop an inch with this cut
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@conceptionist what do you think of Johnnie Candito's routine? It's relatively low in volume but pretty high in intensity during the last 2 weeks. Also, I like the variations in the routine it has. He also encourages doing optional lifts like accessories.
Which of them do you mean? I assume you mean the 6 week Strength Program, not the Linear Program, since you talking about the loading of specific weeks?
Overall, the structure is good. I like to have more variation in the compound lifts. Instead of just doing regular Bench Press 3x a week the first week, one Upper Session could have the regular Bench Press TnG, the Second Upper Bench Press with a pause, the Third Upper Bench Press with 2sec dead stop at pins at chest level. You should chose the variations of the squat, bench press and deadliuft according to what your specific weaknesses are in their strict competition form and where your technique breaks down. The above example would work for the average lifter that has his weakness in the Bench Press just off the chest in the bottom ROM.
Once again, I don't think sets of 10 is needed to get really strong. Most people I now work with 3-5 reps for the majority of the year, rarely going up to 8 reps to cause a sudden increase in volume and time under tension.
I also think the volume is on the lower side some weeks. It will "work", no doubt. The problem imo, is when you reach a level that intermediate-advanced level where gains will come much slower. At that point you will have to lift with both a higher average intensity and higher volume if you want to progress. A lifter who is used to low volume programs will not be conditioned to handle a sudden large increase in volume at this stage. A weaker and lighter lifter will also tolerate more training better than a stronger and heavier lifter. Therefore its easier to condition yourself to a higher workload at an early stage in your development than later. Overall, I think most people into lifting simply train too little or they devote too much time to stuff that won't give them the best results for their invested time.
Honestly, I think you should read through the Sheiko forum instead of asking me these questions. You'll get quality information from the source there:
Have any of you guys messed around with any of the wearable tech tracker things?
My wife has been wanting one so I've been looking around at reviews and shit.
Seems like the Jawbone UP24 has the most reliable data and variety of functions, and the companion app looks pretty detailed.
She wants something to track calories in, macros, calories out, steps. And most importantly a motivational tool. Do any of you guys have experience with any of them?