It’s a basic 4 day (most weeks) Texas
Method split until the meet (provided I can get my lifts up enough to justify
competing at the end of November). I’m going to log my sessions every day like
I used to. I truly believe this is the fastest and most efficient way to get my
lifts up to where they should be before moving to more complex programming. Macros
are going up and I’m not fucking around anymore.
Also, I forgot weighted chins today, will
do them tomorrow.
- Close Grip Bench: 100 x 6 x 2 (first reps
- Weighted Chin/Wide Grip Pull Up: 20 x 5 x 6
- JM Press: 40 x 4 x 8
- Curls and Laterals
Okay so I’m back logging. I never stopped
Thanks to N.Kelman I have started RTS. I
basically started last week, which I will count as my first week of my first
volume block. At this stage I’m going to run 4 weeks of volume followed by 2
weeks of intensity, will see how it goes though (might do 3 weeks volume, 1 week deload/transition, 2 weeks intensity).
I’ve been crazy busy lately and forgot to
log my last few sessions. Long story short: I’m done with block periodization
and have decided to take a leaf out of Mitch’s book and freestyle it into my