Adjusting To New Routines
Friday, June 03, 2016
In powerlifting, the experts claim that to progress it's a good idea to change up routines about every six to 12 weeks to avoid plateaus.
Getting used to a new routine has its challenges. My current from www.mi40nation.com is a Deltoid Specialization program. I'm on my 3rd week & for the first time yesterday I was able to complete day 4 of a 5 day a week program as there were no doctor or dental appointments. And barring further interruptions from my goals the next 3-weeks should go well.
So with that yesterday's workout went well.
Hams & Quads; Lying Leg Curl 7 Sets, 105 Reps for 1,650 Lbs. Leg Press 3 Sets, 45 Reps, 7,200 Lbs. Standing Leg Curl 7 Sets, 84 Reps for 3,960 Lbs.
Arms; Cable Hammer Curls 3 Sets 42 Reps 1,650 Lbs. Tri Rope Pushdowns 3 Sets, 36 Reps for 1,320 Lbs. Incline DB Curls 3 Sets 23 Reps for 498 Lbs.
Delts; Seated DB Lateral Raise 7 Sets 105 Reps for 600 Lbs.
Total workout: 33 Sets, 440 Reps, 16,878 Lbs.
Sparkers and don't let life's interruptions hold you back from your goals.