New workout advice

  1. New workout advice


    So just after a bit of advice/guidance.

    Trained for 16 years on and off... Assisted sometimes.

    Last year I decided it was time to get in the best shape and everything is going fine. Ive started 2019 feeling in awesome shape close to the strongest I've been for a while and carrying an acceptable amount of body fat, though my goal is to try and lower this.

    Last year I started with PHUL workout and progressed onto PHAT where I've been for about 8 weeks and intend to be for at least another 6-8 weeks.

    But just after some recommendations where to go from here? I want to be lifting 5 days a week.


  2. Why not just keep running PHAT indefinitely until circumstances change?
    bang and your gains are gone
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  3. That is an option if come another 8 weeks I'm still progressing then there is no reason to change.

    But, I like change... So if progression has slowed and I feel like I'm stagnating then I will change.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by JimmBobby View Post
    That is an option if come another 8 weeks I'm still progressing then there is no reason to change.

    But, I like change... So if progression has slowed and I feel like I'm stagnating then I will change.
    Why not simply cahnge the volume, intensity, or actual lifts and stick with the PHAT style... or build in more progression waves (this is what I do personally).
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