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Doug notes that his suggested routine (the Big Five +One) is so effective because you will be able to challenge and fatigue the main muscle groups of your body in a short amount of time. In terms of frequency, the best option is once per week.
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Doug McGuff is the owner of Ultimate Exercise (since 1997), a personal training facility specializing in High Intensity Training, and co-author of the best-selling book "Body by Science". He is also an Emergency Physician based in South Carolina.
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I start off with once a week and I am enjoying it so much now I am doing 3 times a week.
What if you have a physical job sometimes? Like construction? Some light days at work and some heavy days? And how do you measure lean mass each week?
Been teaching that approach since the 80s in my own gyms. Still doing it myself in my 70s. Instead of this style growing, there are so many " opinions" of what works, the opposite is the case.
One reason it has become over complicated, is the commercial personal trainer organisations make it so, so they can justify high fees.
Im 61 and have started HIT last week. Completed 3 work outs. last one lasted 35 minutes and i was spent. I have never achieved such muscle and cardio reaction in just one half an hour. I think i might have found something i can find some great value in.
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Fitbeast sent me a set of their new resistance bands to unbox and review. These are good for home workouts and can be used in a variety of ways for powerlifting, stretching and bodyweight exercises. In this video we tested them out and they were surprisingly very good.
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Resistance Bands are freaking good if you are a begginer or for recovery training, and sure for a mix with a heavy weights in a gym. Cheers from russia=)
You've got some thicc wrists mate
Great to see a good durability test! Impressed with how far they stretched before snapping. Having had a tube band snap on me in the past (it hurt like hell) I've always been cautious of using them... thanks for sharing!
Haha ? that was a great vid! And great explanation about the bench press I always wondered why people used those