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"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
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destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
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JONKILCOYNE

Florida, USA

Okay. This has worked for me perhaps you as well.
Monday Upper Body
Db bench press
Vbar close grip pulldown
Db bench press
Yates Row or Torso supported Row
Side Laterals
Nautilus curls
Tricep extn
Db hammer Curl
Pressdowns
Wed Lower Body
Leg Press
Leg Extn
Squat
Leg Curls
Stiff leg deadlifts
Calf Raises

Friday or Saturday Full Body
Squat
Nautilus Pullover
Overhead Press
Peck Deck superset w parallel dips
Squat
Rear Delt machine
cable Rows
Forearms
Calves
Abs

For those that really push it eliminate the extra sets.

Ridiculously simple? Surely you jest. Its in HOW This simple routine is executed that results cam come. HARD, BRIEF, INTENSE, PROGRESSIVE. Watchwords to live by.
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

Ive been working on a basic routine for my wife based around her work schedule.Shooting for twice a week.

Lowback- only once a week
leg press
pullover
db laterals
tri pushdown
bb curl maybe finish with a pushup



But the nautilus pullover can work your chest as well of a lot of other muscles.

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JONKILCOYNE

Florida, USA

Good routine man.

Even better profile pic. I cant give Arthur enough credit. I only had one conversation with him courtesy of Inge prior to her passing. She was a really nice lady. Sometimes the support crew you select around you contributes to your success. Jones had good people around him it wasnt a one man show.

One thing i learned from him was that he said to train and then completely forget about it and focus on other things. Obsessing over training pouring over books and the internet wastes a lot of time that could be better spent w family or other ventures.

I bodybuild purely for the joy of it and training but it doesnt define me as a person like some folks. Leave the workout in the gym and enjoy life. Progtess will be much better but when you do train. Train like a f..ing warrior as if your life depended on it. Treat each workout as a seperate workout unto itself. And the rest will take care of itself. That was spoken by a wise man



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JONKILCOYNE

Florida, USA

Correction. Treat each exercise as a seperate workout unto itself...

Cellphones and fat fingers dont mix sometimes.

Cheers
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

JONKILCOYNE wrote:
Good routine man.

Even better profile pic. I cant give Arthur enough credit. I only had one conversation with him courtesy of Inge prior to her passing. She was a really nice lady. Sometimes the support crew you select around you contributes to your success. Jones had good people around him it wasnt a one man show.

One thing i learned from him was that he said to train and then completely forget about it and focus on other things. Obsessing over training pouring over books and the internet wastes a lot of time that could be better spent w family or other ventures.

I bodybuild purely for the joy of it and training but it doesnt define me as a person like some folks. Leave the workout in the gym and enjoy life. Progtess will be much better but when you do train. Train like a f..ing warrior as if your life depended on it. Treat each workout as a seperate workout unto itself. And the rest will take care of itself. That was spoken by a wise man





Believe it or not I had a conversation with Ray Mentzer along the same lines as yours with Jones.

We were talking about training, He caught me off guard by asking me what in life was important to me.

I said my family for one. I said a few other things. He agreed and told me some things about himself.

He wanted make the point that there are more important things in life than training. I knew this anyway.

I think he was a little surprised that I was able to answer him like I did. (Not that im anything special lol)I think he was just used to people asking him lots of questions about how to train.

I became disabled and I currently cant train. But I can help my wife through her workouts.

Getting back to your original post. I had good results doing an abbreviated full body then upper body split.
A:
Regular Deadlift
Hamer Legpress
weighted dips
BB curls
rest 4-5 days
B:
weighted dips,or overhead BB press,
Some times I would dip one day and press on the other. Other times press first and dips after the pullover/ss pulldown.

Nautilus Pullover/ss with pulldown

Sometimes DB laterals.

I would rest 4-5 days and repeat the cycle.

It worked well because for "myself" I could recover better by dead lifting and leg press the same day. This way I would have 8-10 days rest for my lower body but work my upper body to a different degree in each workout.




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