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Unread 04-29-2015, 09:42 AM
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Unread 04-29-2015, 01:39 PM
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Nice.

The first novice routine I ever did was a light/medium/heavy setup that the author acknowledged was based on Starr's programming (All Pro's simple beginner's routine on the bodybuilding forums).

It's to see Bill Starr featured - everyone seems to get so caught up in comparing today's strength programs (i.e. SS vs SL ad nauseum), that they forget a lot of these principles aren't new - they were laid out/refined repeatedly by people like Bill Starr and Reg Park a long time ago.

Classy move pushing this article back to keep it from popping up around his passing, kudos for that.
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Nice article. thank you

until now i've done mostly hypertrophy focused workouts with different split variations, and UD2 recently, and I really liked the different rep ranges.

Would this be a solid plan or a recipe for disaster?

monday: hypertrophy (3 sets 8-12 reps) - push
tuesday: hypertrophy (3 sets 8-12 reps) - pull
wednesday: rest
thursday: light (3 sets +- 15 reps range) - full body
friday: rest
saturday morning: power (4-5 set 3-6 reps) - full body
sunday: rest

thursday would be more like an active recovery workout, not going to failure, just taking it easy.
When I did UD2, I really liked the 2 hours fully body power workout

i consider myself an intermediate.
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