Today we bring you the volume training routine for the coming month.
IMPORTANT: THE FIRST WEEK OF MARCH IS A COMPLETE RECOVERY REST WEEK!!!
As you can see, the routine has varied completely and we’ve gone from classic torso-leg work to a split routine (often called the Weider) for 4 days a week, in which we group together muscle groups. Remember that we’re going to be doing a high-calorie diet after our weeks with a deficit, meaning it’s time to start eating the good study again.
This is no beginners routine, it excessively stresses the Central Nervous System and needs proper and full recovery, although we’re only going to do it for 4 weeks, and if you prefer you can opt for a full body routine (you have the ones from October and November for ideas)
We’ll only be doing 2 days of cardio training, HIIT-type, and not on the days of leg work or when recovering this muscle group, so the best times for it are the beginning and end days of the routine. The HIIT work should be demanding; for example, a 30″ sprint at 90% of our maximum heart rate and a walking or even standing rest of 60″, until completing the 15 minutes.
Don’t hesitate to ask us any questions you might have in the comments section for this post.
- Volume Training. Month 1
- Volume Training. Month 2
- Volume Training. Month 3
- Volume Training. Month 4
- Volume Training. Month 6
- Volume Training. Month 7
- Volume Training. Month 8
- Volume Diet
- Definition Diet