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High Frequency Push/Pull ups integrated into this routine:

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2011/03/21 14:52:41 (permalink)

High Frequency Push/Pull ups integrated into this routine:

Not too sure if anybody's tried this before, but Chad Waterbury on T-nation is a huge advocate of high frequency training and always bangs on about daily pull/push ups - I don't intend to do them daily, however I was thinking about doing them after every whole body session.
 
I was thinking something along the lines of:
 
A) Lunges, Close Grip Bench, RDL, Chest Supported BB Rows, 50 pull ups, 100 push ups
B) Leg Press, Weighted Dips, Machine Rows, pull ups + push ups (50/100)
C) Deads, Weighted Pull Ups, Incline DB Press, Pull/push ups (50/100)
 
My current max at the moment is around the 18 mark when working from fresh.
 
I'd be interested to see how this effects my body composition. I know that Arnie was a massive advocate of high volume pull ups, but then again he talked out of his arse most of the time.

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    Re:High Frequency Push/Pull ups integrated into this routine: 2011/05/30 00:05:39 (permalink)
    He recommends not to do any additional upper body work while doing this but i was thinking do to this on top of a full body routine. Don't want to completely **** myself though. I guess we can only try and see what happens. 
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    Re:High Frequency Push/Pull ups integrated into this routine: 2011/05/30 10:01:49 (permalink)
    Personally i wouldnt see it as a problem, i think both the exercises are great and imo is worth a go to see how things go



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