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    Thinking I'll get stuck into one of those routines early next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradders View Post
    Thinking I'll get stuck into one of those routines early next year

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    Good stuff mate!


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    How are you suppose to be in and out of the gym in 30 mins if your first exercise is 3 sets of 4-6 on squats. For anyone squatting a decent amount, it will take nearly that long to get to working sets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jzpowahz View Post
    How are you suppose to be in and out of the gym in 30 mins if your first exercise is 3 sets of 4-6 on squats. For anyone squatting a decent amount, it will take nearly that long to get to working sets.
    Workouts like legs and back I feel do take slightly longer - prob about 45mins for legs - to warm up/squat 3 x 4-6 prob be about 20-25 mins and then the rest 20-25 mins.
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    Thanks for sharing this! Will give it a try in the new year!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugby88 View Post
    Workouts like legs and back I feel do take slightly longer - prob about 45mins for legs - to warm up/squat 3 x 4-6 prob be about 20-25 mins and then the rest 20-25 mins.
    Do you think Max OT is all that good for skinny people? I sort of need to put on size, im ~97kg but 194cm, 85kg LBM (dexa).

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    Of course it's good for skinny people. Why wouldn't it be?
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    I thought high volume stuff was best for them, volume = mass. I've heard good trainers allude to volume being better for size.
    1rms: BP: 140kg touch'n go, MP: 85kg, Weighted Chin ups:60kg+104kg bodyweight. Squats/deadlifts: Injured, maybe 20kg each now (including bar weight).


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    With the correct attitude and intensity a skinny kunt can put on size with a crappy program let alone Max OT.
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    Doesnt really address the question of whether one is better at it.
    1rms: BP: 140kg touch'n go, MP: 85kg, Weighted Chin ups:60kg+104kg bodyweight. Squats/deadlifts: Injured, maybe 20kg each now (including bar weight).


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