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It works for this teenager; it'll work for you. During the season, we only meet twice a week. Now, for those of you wanting to gain size, training less is actually an old formula for putting on mass.
True, Mr. Universe trains more often, but there's a chance he has more muscle mass than you right now.
If you want to change that, keep reading. First, you need to keep strength training.
On the other day do front squats or back squats and bench press with the same formula. You could also do the One Lift a Day Program, but keep the exercise selection to basic movements.
I can't emphasize enough the importance of getting stronger to get bigger. Be sure to have some kind of honest progression week to week to week.
As you get stronger, it becomes rather easy to increase intensity. Second, we've found that complexes seem to have an amazing effect on "getting bigger.
I don't play football, so I'm not going to download it. Thus, I can't comment on it. Don't delete this PDF, but save it in a safe place on your hard drive. When you're ready to recalculate your next four waves, click on the blue text at the top of this PDF, and you will be taken back to the calculator with all your previous settings.
Don't leave the "Lifter's Name" field blank. As well, the date in the bottom right of the PDF is the date that you made some changes to your lifting weights and hit "Calculate Four Waves.
The date and name also make up the filename of the PDFs, so when you store them in a folder on your hard drive, they're sorted by the name of the lifter and by the date. If the contents of your folder is listed in alphabetical order, the most recent program will be at the bottom. This would be useful if you're keeping the records of a number of lifters e. Once you've completed Wave 3, enter your reps for your "all out" sets and your calculated 1RMs will be displayed you can also change the weight for these sets.
The calculated 1RMs don't appear until you enter your reps for at least one set.