Cable Standing Fly vs. Cable Crossover?

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Post by Porovoz » Mon Feb 09, 2009 4:16 am

Hm, well I really thought that even a heavily saturated hour of lifting still seemed like a treat compared to the gruelling four hour wrestling practise that I'm used to. But thank-you guys, you've opened my eyes to the fact that I'm probably doing too much. Now that I think about it, I tend to rip through the first half of my workout with hardly any rest, and then struggle through the second half. So, I am left with two questions:

1. If you were to shave off 1-2 of the most useless exercises from each of my days, which would you do away with?

2. Since I really want to maintain exercise variety, instead of cutting down on the number of exercises too significantly, can I just reduce the number of sets I do for each exercise to 2, and perhaps 3 for the most important ones?

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Post by Ironman » Mon Feb 09, 2009 1:29 pm

reducing sets is fine. As far as what to cut, I'd go with all the machine stuff.

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