- 4-6 reps per set. Increase weight if you exceed 6 reps.
- Train each body part once weekly.
- Use compound movement exercises.
- Low volume. 2 - 3 sets per exercise.
- Take 1 week off after every 8-10 weeks of training.
- Warm-up efficiently without inducing fatigue.
- Keep cardio short and intense (16-20 minutes in duration).
- If you perform cardio and weight training in the same session, do cardio after weights and not before.
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Sample Chest Day
|Flat Bench Press||2 sets||4-6 reps (After warm-up)|
|Incline Bench Press||2 sets||4-6 reps|
|Weighted Dips||2 sets||4-6 reps|
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