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    Hey guys, did the first 2 workouts of GVT and I am wrecked. I have a question about the 3rd.

    The 10 sets of Incline Hammer Curls, Is that hammer curls with a dumbell or is he talking about Hammer Machine Preacher curls.

    I assumed DB Inlcine Hammers, but I just wanted to check before my workout tomorrow, thanks.


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    Originally posted by babygetoboy
    Hey guys, did the first 2 workouts of GVT and I am wrecked. I have a question about the 3rd.

    The 10 sets of Incline Hammer Curls, Is that hammer curls with a dumbell or is he talking about Hammer Machine Preacher curls.

    I assumed DB Inlcine Hammers, but I just wanted to check before my workout tomorrow, thanks.
    DB hammer curls, good luck

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    Thanks, if I get as sore as my legs are right now I won't be able to use my arms at all! GVT is rough, but I like it. Take Friday, saturday and sunday as rest right?

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    Yes, Sat and sun are blessed relieve. It gets better..just the first few weks..SUCK..stay strong bro..it is worth it

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    poliquin would probably have a heart attack if someone used the hammerstrength bicpes machines while following his routines.

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    Use an incline bench, grab the dumbells and do full range of motion hammer curls with a slow pace and perfect form.  I just got through a 12 week GVT series and I loved the results.  As has been said before, the first week or two are the hardest but it never really gets easy.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    I've been reading this stuff on GVT on the boards and it sounds like you have to be doing a cycle in order to benefit and not overtrain. Is this assumtion correct or could I do 4 weeks of GVT before going back to my regular routine without any damage. I haven't done a cycle and I don't know if I will.

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    Just a quick bump. I've decided to stick to my normal routine of 4 weeks 8-12 reps, 4 weeks 6-8 reps and 4 weeks of 10-20 reps not necessarily in that order.

    If someone could answer my original question though, that would be good.

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    You don't have to be doing a cycle to not overtrain using GVT. Proper rest,diet and supps will do fine. The last time I did it I was taking Liver tabs,creatine, and GABA and I was just fine.

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    I noticed your name is Sifu. Do you practice Kung Fu?

    Thanks for the info.

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