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2004/01/26 02:55:50 (permalink)
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One part a day

What a good one part a day workout look like. I though maybe i ahd a decent 1, but it was shreaded in another thread.
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    Don_al
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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/27 09:55:33 (permalink)
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    what is your current workout? What are your goals strength,mass gain etc?
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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/27 12:16:38 (permalink)
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    his goals are:

    to look like a mens health cover model and be as strong as possible in the meantime.
    he was also given a lot of good advice and a sample routine.

    why do you want a "one part a day" routine? if you can explain to me why it would be better than the one that you were given then i will construct you one. alternitivly, take a look at cashmans begginners routine in the begginner forum. it is more like what you want i reckon.
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    JayavarmanVII
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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 17:32:47 (permalink)
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    The body is not a random collection of independent muscles but a complex system of co-dependent muscles and should be trained as such using mostly compound movements. In this sense it's pretty pointless trying to put together a useful one-part-a-day routine.

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    symzie
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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 17:45:05 (permalink)
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    good stuff tuffnut

    I'm doing 2 full body workouts a week for about 6 weeks now and I prefer it to a split
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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 18:41:36 (permalink)
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    whats your routine symzie. I was thinking of something along those lines.

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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 19:39:36 (permalink)
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    Tuff, I'm just doing 2 sets of about 5 - 8 reps

    Tues
    Squat
    Dips
    Chins
    Push press
    situps

    Fri
    SL Deadlift
    DB bench
    BB rows
    Push press
    sit ups

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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 19:48:15 (permalink)
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    Cheers symzie. How are your upper body pressing exercises progressing as you seem to be doing a fair bit. Mind you, 2 sets proably isn't that much of a strain on recovery.

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    RE: One part a day 2004/01/28 19:55:57 (permalink)
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    they're ok Tuff, I'm adding 2.5Kg a week to dips and push press atm, my bench press is pretty poor to be honest. Yeah, I feel like I'm recovering fine from this, feeling good. Forgot to say only do one set of push press each day.
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