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Thread: GFR's secret training techniques
04-18-2016, 07:47 AM #1GeorgeForemanRulesGuest
GFR's secret training techniques
Doing a German volume type workout, did this 8 years ago and loved it.
Today: chest and Back
Incline DB press: 60lbs 10x10
A bit too light but my first workout in almost two months so best to start out easy
Medium grip lat pull downs: 120lbs 10x10
This was way too light, the last 3 sets I ended up doing 12-15 reps a set at a super slow pace.
Cable deltoid lateals: 20lbs 1x25
Cable bicep curls: 25lbs 1x20
04-18-2016, 08:36 AM #2
04-18-2016, 08:36 AM #3
I have known some people that have had great success with this method.I think starting with a weight that feels too light is probably the best way.Adding 5 lbs every week or so is much better than being forced to reduce weight.Good luck
04-19-2016, 04:29 AM #4GeorgeForemanRulesGuest
10 min treadmill for warmup.
Raw full Squats 135lbs 10x10. Very light, I know better to hit legs hard after no leg training all winter.
Hamstring curls 10x10
Standing calve raise 3x15
Going to do SLDL every other week fro hamstrings.
Last edited by GeorgeForemanRules; 04-19-2016 at 04:30 AM.
04-20-2016, 12:02 PM #5GeorgeForemanRulesGuest
Upper arms cold: 17 1/2
Relaxed cold Chest: 49
Waist: 36 3/4
Thighs cold: 26 1/4
calves cold: 18