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Robert Frederick

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Re: spreading workouts to high frequency?!
« Reply #15 on: June 17, 2014, 01:34:12 PM »
Something like drop sets or pre/post-fatigue super sets on isolation movements. I've actually tried this before. I added an extra day to the three day program and did this kind of thing. I didn't really like it though. I was too sore from doing those just once a week. Maybe if I did it more often, as in your plan, and didn't get sore it would have been alright.

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Re: spreading workouts to high frequency?!
« Reply #16 on: June 17, 2014, 01:41:04 PM »
Something like drop sets or pre/post-fatigue super sets on isolation movements. I've actually tried this before. I added an extra day to the three day program and did this kind of thing. I didn't really like it though. I was too sore from doing those just once a week. Maybe if I did it more often, as in your plan, and didn't get sore it would have been alright.

i already thought that you mean something like that. As already mentioned, if one will put the GPP on the days inbetween, the individual should have a closer look at, that the GPP won't interfere with the next days main movements.


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Re: spreading workouts to high frequency?!
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