Re: Seeking general advice on weightlifting schedule
- From: "Jon Danniken" <jonSPAMMENOTdanniken@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 1 May 2010 15:37:28 -0700
R P wrote:
I've been following this thread,..have no better advice,..but a
When I get into a good routine / schedule,.I almost hate taking a
vacation,..cause starting back is a bitch<G>...& it's so easy to get
As far as schedule goes,..I mix it up,..two lift days p/week,for a
while,.then three,whole body,.then in winter,..add cardio or do body
part splits,...even five days p/week.
Anything to keep the interest!!
Oh man, don't get me started! I had three of my wisdom teeth pulled out of
my face a week ago, and the earliest I can start back is Monday, and that's
taking it _very_ easy. I will have to back off HARD if my recovery (AKA
keeping my clots from blowing) is at all hindered.
The worst of it is that I was finally at the point in my swimming where I
was seeing some really good gains WRT breath control and CO2 tolerance.
That takes a really long time (for me) to get back once I lose it.
It'll be an interesting month when I am able to resume my training schedule.
On the bright side, gearing up the shop for my squat rack is coming along
nicely. I still don't know if I am going to make a full rack or a half
rack, but I'm kind of leaning towards a half rack for some reason. I really
like the look of this one:
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