The Importance Of Proper Program Design A.K.A “Why Your Workouts Sucks!”
This vid is a general commentary on the macro reasons people fail to make progress in the gym. Various articles here on the BrinkZone, such as The Mistake of Linear Program Design and Study Shows Best Way To Train? by yours truly – and other authors – go into more depth and detail on topics such as the importance of periodization, de-loading, etc. My ebooks also go into depth on how to optimize training to get the results you want by avoiding the major mistakes most people make in their program design, if they have any real design to begin with…
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Very interesting topic, Will. There are some people at my gym that I've seen on a pretty regular basis over the last couple of years lifting weights, but they still look kind of flabby and don't seem to have developed much lean muscle mass. Your video addresses the types of mistakes they are most likely making in their workouts.
I am 16 years old my wheight is about 64-65 kg’s i was 61-62 before i started working out.
i have been reading alot on the internet about diet and training and i have tried to put my own diet and training program together.
I have been eating like this for about 2 months now
08:00 3 eggs with 1 slice of rye bread +1 opti-men vitamin pill and 1 fishoil pill sometimes i have a protein shake with this with about 30 grams of whey protein in.
12:00 tuna samwich with 2 slices of rye bread + a little mayo and salat sometimes i have an apple or bannana with it
15:00 i have 1 bowl with oatmeal and milk with 1 whole banna in + 1 opti-men vitamin pill and 1 fishoil pill
15:00-19 i have a samwich with 2 slices of rye bread + a little mayo and salat
19:00 i have brown rice, turkey and spinat or other salat
I have been following this program for about 2 months now..
-5×12-leg presses with 50 kg’s
-4×10- chest press machine of some kind with 40 kg’s and i usually end up at 35 kg’s on last set
-4×10- seated shoulder press on machine with 15 kg’s
-4×15 barbell curls with 15 kg’s a litlle more maybe
-4×10 lat pulldown with 45 kg’s
-4×10/12 pulley row’s with 20 kg’s 40 on good days
-4×15 abdominal machine with 25 kg’s
-4×15 tricep pushdowns with 10 kg’s
after 2 months
-5×12-leg presses with 80 kg’s
-4×10- chest press machine of some kind with 75 kg’s and i usually end up at 60 kg’s on last set
-4×10- seated shoulder press on machine with 40 kg’s usually end up at 30/35 kg’s
-4×15 barbell curls with 20 kg’s a litlle more maybe
-4×10 lat pulldown with 55 kg’s
-4×10/12 pulley row’s with 34 kg’s 40 on good days
-4×15 abdominal machine with 45 kg’s
-4×15 tricep pushdowns with 15 kg’s
I would really like a new and more effective diet and training program , and from what i’ve heard you should be able to help me 😉
Would really apreciate some help 🙂