Pg 3 001 - Summary My training program is designed into...

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Unformatted text preview: Summary: My training program is designed into working out 5 days a week and taking 2 days (weekends) off to give my body time to rest. I do intense lifting on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and focus on my smaller accessory muscles on Tuesdays and Thursday, as well as getting some high intensity cardio in at least 3 days per week. Every week I attempt to either: add a little bit of weight to my lifts, decrease the rest periods, and add or subtract repetitions or sets to keep the intensity level high so my muscles can keep adapting. After about four weeks, I will change up the exercises I perform as well to continue the stimulus and change things up to prevent boredom. I have a shoulder injury so I have to avoid most shoulder work, unless it is very light so I do shoulder complexes and prehab work instead. My goals with my workouts are to improve my speed, footwork, vertical jump, and to increase my bench press, dead lift, and squat maxes, which I will test in May. Ultimately, I am striving to find a program that works efficiently to improve all of the things listed in the preceding sentence so I can transfer that to training athletes, therefore I am trying it out on myself first. Template #2: Monday: Upper body-biceps, triceps, shoulders Chest / Back Abs Cardio Tuesday: Lower body Wednesday: Upper body-biceps, triceps, shoulders Chest / Back Cardio Thursday: Lower Body Abs Friday: Cardio only ...
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