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I am bored and want to try a different split. I typically rotate the same 3 splits/programs. 8 weeks on one, 8 weeks on the next, 2 week transitional program and then start again.
Coming into the 8th week of:
M - lower
T - upper
W - conditioning
Th - legs
F - push
S - pull
Su - rest
I'm all ears for anything with 2-3x week frequency, any more than that and volume will have to take a hit and I really don't like low volume (even if weekly volume is the same/high). Any suggestions? Otherwise I will probably just look for some kind of shoulder spec program.
The three fundamental programming principles are intensity, volume and frequency. So you can do high frequency and high volume, you need to adjust the intensity down. No need for the volume to go down when you train with a higher frequency. In fact, the total volume (at a heavy enough weight) over a given time period will most likely be higher with a higher frequency.
I'd say my program is very high on the frequency, moderately high on the volume and pretty low on the intensity. Has worked very well for strength and muscle gains despite using lighter weights than most other programs.
I think you should just do upper/lower 3x a week if you are set on not doing full body.
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Yeah my basement clearance is pretty low which is why I sold my old rack in the garage and just got a squat stand.
Next pay check I will probably go to "play it again" and try and find a decent beater barbell for other shit. I have a decent run of dumbells but there's a big gap from the 95lb's to 125lb's. I just need to figure out the best way to set up the chin up bar and dips and it will improve a lot, I just have to drill into hollow cinder block so it seems pretty sketchy. I was going to put up some brackets and then mount into that, but now I'm wondering if it's better to get some kind of expanding foam and fill the cinder blocks with that, and then mount direct to the wall.