… on top of that I’ve just realized that Monday was ALOT of leg work (100 BW squats etc – not to mention the cleans and KB squats @ 70% BW!!!?!?!?!). So naturally my legs are killing me and would need time to recover yet Tuesday’s workout is all legs? How is this possible? Monday legs then Tuesday legs? An educated trainer would not put one muscle group under this type of stress, there is simply no way that proper form or efficient/healthy muscular growth could be maintained in the long-term. This makes me think that the order of the workouts isn’t quite right, could you shed some light here? I’m not knocking the workout itself, I think it’s fantastic I’m just concerned that it’s not optimally ordered and as a result would promote injury or unnecessary fatigue further down the line. I mean it’sd pretty well documented that when you work a particular muscle it needs at least 1-2 days to recover but not longer than 3 (ACSM).
At least one studio made a conscious effort to keep its leading man squeaky clean. Before Cavill began his grueling five-month preproduction training for Steel , Warner Bros. requested a list of exactly what the training team might ask Cavill to use. Twight gladly complied, given that he believes radical body recomposition can be done naturally when it is guided by experienced trainers and driven by discipline and commitment. For Cavill, Twight recommended only Udo's Oil (a blend of essential fatty acids) and magnesium to aid sleep, the time when growth hormone occurs naturally.
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