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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    My BGB Changes

    how does this sound...?

    Day 1- Chest/Traps Abs
    Day 2- Quads/Calves One Heavy, one light Bicep exercise
    Day 3- Lats/Shoulders Abs
    Day 4 -Quads/Hams One Heavy, one light Tricep Exercise

    For the main body parts on the left i would do 2-3 exercises of 3x6-8 reps

    it is pretty similar to what the BGB article says but i want to make sure im understanding it right

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    should i assume it looks alright bcuz of the lack of replies?!!?

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    i havent looked at the bgb routine in a while, but why are you changing it? unless you substitute say an incline bench for a regular bench, or some other small detail like that, i dont know why you would mess with a program that most people like that try it.

    edit: did you just posted the bgb routine and are asking if you understand it correctly? if thats the case, ignore completely what i just said.
    Last edited by PoutineEh; 03-12-2007 at 07:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skakid613 View Post
    how does this sound...?

    Day 1- Chest/Traps Abs
    Day 2- Quads/Calves One Heavy, one light Bicep exercise
    Day 3- Lats/Shoulders Abs
    Day 4 -Quads/Hams One Heavy, one light Tricep Exercise

    For the main body parts on the left i would do 2-3 exercises of 3x6-8 reps

    it is pretty similar to what the BGB article says but i want to make sure im understanding it right
    Okay, so instead of deads you'll do shrugs for day one, for day two you're ditching hams entirely, for day three it's the same as the writeup but with no calves, and for day four, it's the same as the original writeup.

    You're switching out the 5x5 for 3x6-8.

    I don't see any huge problem with it. Personally I feel shrugs are the lazy man's deads, but that's just me.

    Do you have a lagging bodypart you're trying to bring up, or an overdeveloped part that can be kept at maintenance for a while? I'm just wondering what the rational was for the changes - they might very well be fine for your goals.

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    yea i just went back and reread the BGB routine today and i get it now so im just gona do that....thnx

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