sorry for all the gvt posts, this will be the last one.
here is the gvt workout for chest, the way poliquin notes it.
A1- decline db press 10x10
A2- pulllups 10x10
B2-db rows 3x10
what i did today was ten sets of db presses, 10 sets of pullups, and so on...in that order.
I was just reading a website for gvt, and it says that it should be done like this..a set of db press, then a set of pullups, a superset basically. I wasn't aware that you alternated exercises, i thought you did ten of one, then ten of the other.
which way is right, am i supposed to alternate the exercises, and the same for the ones where i only perform three sets?
dude what is this gvt anyway? That's a really screwy ammount of volumn...is it a shock training type method?
Yeah, I'm with accipiter....what the hell is gvt? Put up the article or the site where you got this workout from...so that we can better understand the method and the use of it.
STATS COMING SOON:Age: 29 | Height: 5'10" | Weight: 78KG/ 172LBS| bf: |Years Training:?? | All-natural: Yes|
Chest: | Shoulders: | Upper Arm: | Forearm: |
Waist: |Neck:| Upper Thigh: | Calf: |
Personal Bests: COMING SOON:
Flat Barbell Presses: | Dips: |Wide-grip Palms Away: |
Military Barbell Press: |Barbell Squats: |
Heres an article on it.
Also, do a search on GVT on the board, there is a couple threads on it. It is alot of volume, but I am only going to do it for three or four weeks. It's not a workout that you stick to.