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  • Posted On: 10-25-18, 8:09 am (EDT) #1

    full body

    October 25, 2018, 8:09 am

    Hi

    ive been doing full body every other day as you suggested bro and im loving it!

    however i also want to incorperate the new training technique youve been doing for each muscle (8 sets followed by 200 reps) 

     

    should i just combine all of them into every full body workout meaning id be using the method on all muscles twice a week or is that overkill?

     

    what would you suggest? 

    :)

  • Posted On: 10-26-18, 10:57 pm (EDT) #2

    full body

    October 26, 2018, 10:57 pm
    Posted by: jamiehunter456

    Hi

    ive been doing full body every other day as you suggested bro and im loving it!

    however i also want to incorperate the new training technique youve been doing for each muscle (8 sets followed by 200 reps) 

     

    should i just combine all of them into every full body workout meaning id be using the method on all muscles twice a week or is that overkill?

     

    what would you suggest? 

    :)

    @jamiehunter456 Pick one lagging body part, and focus on that for 4-6 weeks with that metabolic stress method. Then change to the next body part you think needs more work, and so on and so forth.

     

    I wouldn't recommend doing it for every body part every week.

     

    Hope that helps!

  • Posted On: 12-09-18, 1:09 pm (EST) #3

    full body

    December 9, 2018, 1:09 pm

    Hi, I've been doing a fullbody workout program for almost a month (I'm new to working out, I started in September) and I'm noticing a big size imbalance between my left leg and my right leg. My right leg is larger and I had a body measurement scan done at my gym and it showed that my right leg was an inch and a half larger than the left. What should I do to correct this imbalance? I read online that doing Bulgarian split squats is a good way to isolate each leg, should I incorporate them into the fullbody workout or replace the barbell squat with them?

  • Posted On: 12-09-18, 3:17 pm (EST) #4

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    December 9, 2018, 3:17 pm
    Posted by: Nasaboi

    Hi, I've been doing a fullbody workout program for almost a month (I'm new to working out, I started in September) and I'm noticing a big size imbalance between my left leg and my right leg. My right leg is larger and I had a body measurement scan done at my gym and it showed that my right leg was an inch and a half larger than the left. What should I do to correct this imbalance? I read online that doing Bulgarian split squats is a good way to isolate each leg, should I incorporate them into the fullbody workout or replace the barbell squat with them?

    @nasaboi I just replied to this same question on your board bro! But I will post it again here.

     

    Don't replace your barbell squats with Bulgarian split squats. But you can add them in as an extra exercise. Also single-leg leg press is another good option to work each leg individually. Even if you're using the leg extension machine, you can do that one leg at a time.

     

    Just make sure you always start with your smaller / weaker leg so that it can dictate how much weight you use and how many reps you do. Then just match it with your bigger / stronger leg.

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