"DARE TO SHRED" - MARCH PROGRAM
Erm....... Thanks Scotty... But no thanks! I am gonna stay with my lucky ass Mesomorph routine.
For anyone else here reading this i strongly suggest you consider this offer. Scotty knows his stuff and has himself as proof.
There are not many skimblers that would give this level of commitment to help others.... If you have the need or determination to do it then take the man up on his offer. I dare you!
Did I mention he is crazy?!
Sure I'm in. I've been doing my own home grown programs, but was considering following a program like dtp. I have a feeling your program will be on par with gethins dtp. Am I wrong? And I have one more question. I am willing to do the program but I won't be taking my phone to the gym to play skimble video workouts. Is that an issue?
is this applicable for us, women? if yes, then COUNT ME IN!
wanted to do some changes this time. I'm looking forward to your plans.
Im in!!!! What do I need to do to join? Just say "I'm in? Lol Not going to lie I'm scared since I just started this fitness journey last month but I'm ready for a challenge. Plus I think it'll be fun.
I'm still designing the program and the daily workouts but I'll be adopting some of the following principles:
- Dual muscle groups - each week you will work some muscle groups twice, for example, in week one you'll work your legs and your shoulders twice but in different ways
- Compound exercises - Some days you'll work different muscle groups while focusing on a primary muscle, for example, squats primarily work your legs but also your glutes/back/ abs - isolation exercises - Other days you'll isolate a specific muscle i.e. chest
- rep ranges - the reps you complete each day will change as will the weight that you work with. Known as microcycles these will continue to shock your body into growth to ensure the cardio doesn't burn away your gains. It will also ensure you are hitting different muscle fibers to make sure your muscles look defined once the fat has been burnt away at the end of the 30 days
- heavy volume training - HVT is built on multiple sets of low reps with heavy iron to ramp up the intensity and maintain muscle mass. You'll go max weight for 3 reps in sets of 10 on exercises such as squats or military press
- supersets - alternating between two exercises targeting different muscle groups this will keep your heart rate elevated, creating a cardio effect.
- cardio - the cardio you do will change as the program progresses and will incorporate HIIT, steady state, and cardio acceleration sets ( a term coined by Jim Stoppani ). Cardio acceleration involves HIIT style exercises, such as power step-ups, which you complete inbetween sets instead of resting.
- auxillary muscle group fatigue sets - auxillary muscles such as the biceps/triceps/calves will be trained to fatigue each week
This all might sound a bit complicated to some, but don't be scared it'll all play out easily. I'm putting a lot of time into this as it will be a 30 day workout program I intend to use a few times this year. Every day's workout will be put together so it can be reviewed if anyone wants to give them a try.
** Some of the workout days might be a bit boring for some but are necessary to ensure you keep the muscle mass you've worked hard for. Just grind them out coz you'll love the results at the end! **
Oh boy, don't know what I'm getting into, but count me in as well!
Okay I know that I left in the middle.... And everything. But hey, I can always start again, right? It's a new day, a new beginning. And I'll try to stay on track this time... And count me in, it's gonna be tough but I can always try.
I'll probably modify it a bit.
P.S. I might not be able to workout everyday because my final exams are going to be on... But I will definitely do some kind of workout, even if it's just 20 mins
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