- Jun 4, 2022
Get a trainer that knows what he’s doing. It’s counterproductive to your goals to have a trainer that doesn’t really know what he’s doing. This trainer is BAD.@3BG, from the very beginning my plan was to only use the trainer for a year. It looks like I am approaching that term amount which is typically the length of time I spend with most trainers I hire. Gonna transition out with him in the following month. The good thing is that the timing works just as I am getting ready for the PfMP exam and Baldrige Examiner Project which will keep me busy through the end of the year. I will evaluate my need for a trainer then. For now will stick with my own combination of intensity training.
I make up my own mind at my own pace. This journey has made it easier for me to discern what information is worthwhile and what isn't. Just because I take someone's advice once means that I am always going to take anyone's advice in the future.
Workout (<#>=number of sets, S=superset, H=hyperset, OH=over-head, OHD=over-hand, WU=warm-up, RDL=romanian DL<#>B=banded resistent weight equiv., DEL=de-load, < = linking with previous)
- L glutamine
- (4) machine press (10X110,10X130, 9X150, 8X170)
- pec-dec flies (10/10X110,10/10X120, 10/10X130, 12/12X130)
- incline press (10X135, 8X185, 4X205DS, 4X185, 10X135)
I would recommend doing a program on your own. You might find that you don’t even need a trainer. This is a good reference for programs. It allows you to search based on your preferences:
The Lift Vault Workout Routine Database allows you to search through all free workout plans on Lift Vault using a variety of different filters. It is the easiest way to find a workout routine on Lift Vault. Example searches: Here are two example searches to give you an idea of how to use the...