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2004/02/13 16:01:15 (permalink)
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Max ot routine

Hey guys,

Im looking at changing my routine and trying max ot ,
i was thinking about trying

http://www.ast-ss.com/jeffwillet/articles/workout_schedule/workout_schedule_1.asp

anyone got any criticisms of it? just thought id ask before i start!

Mark
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    PikeKing
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    RE: Max ot routine 2004/02/13 16:59:04 (permalink)
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    I hear that Joe Weider is working on SUPER_ULTRA-ZX4.3 already J5, come on man keep up to date!
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    RE: Max ot routine 2004/02/13 17:07:57 (permalink)
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    I had thought 5 day split was too much but read loads and loads of people saying how it works etc,

    so max ot is a load of crap?

    what about hst or german volume training?

    i need a new routine :|

    Mark
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    RE: Max ot routine 2004/02/13 17:16:45 (permalink)
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    HST is good
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    RE: Max ot routine 2004/02/13 17:56:47 (permalink)
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    What does Max-OT stand for anyway?

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    RE: Max ot routine 2004/02/13 19:52:33 (permalink)
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    It stands for maximum overload training, I completely agree with J5's assesment of it, I used it a few years back, after about three weeks of training 5 days in a row I lost enthusiasm completely and started dreading workouts.

    I ended up with overuse injuries, my wrists started clicking and have done since :(

    5 dayts in a row might be ok for a bum with no job who can sleep 10 hours every night and sit around all day eating and relaxing but for anyone with a job or responsibilities I don't think its feasible.

    I truly regret ever trying it, my advice would be to find a good 2-3 day split and forget about hype filled routines.
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