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It doesn't mention any "diet" per say, but in the newsletter it recommends eating four times a day spaced four to six hours apart. Hard to do intermittent fasting within those parameters.
Similar to Giant, it can be ran single or double but he also goes into using a wider variety of implements. For weight, 10RM or 5RM depending upon the program.Are these single or double KB programs, and how many different KBs so you need to complete them? Seems promising!
I have looked at the program and the exercises and their sets and reps would be conducive to hypertrophy assuming you use an appropriate weight.So did Geoff just make the Giant a year long program?
I haven't had te to read the whole email yet. With the addition of squats, is it suited for hypertrophy now or just strength based?
Just fast between the meals. Easy peasy!It doesn't mention any "diet" per say, but in the newsletter it recommends eating four times a day spaced four to six hours apart. Hard to do intermittent fasting within those parameters.
I usually have at least three in my eight hour window. Sometimes open the period up to nine or ten.Just fast between the meals. Easy peasy!
But really if you get into muscle growth it gets a bit difficult getting adequate protein while only eating two meals. One meal is even harder.
His diet outline from kettlebell burn is a great place to start, just add calories. It is based off of precision nutrition stuff and they have a good reputation of sticking to basics that work and are proven.
Yeah that works too. The most common complaint with IF and building is that eating required protein can cause some gastric issues. Spreading it out will help with that and optimize MPS a bit, but really if you can get it all in at once you should be fine.I usually have at least three in my eight hour window. Sometimes open the period up to nine or ten.
Schedule A is similar to Giant, Schedule B is similar to DFW and Schedule C is entirely new. (Very broad generalizations here)Same here, interesting in this program but unclear what the exercises are (i suppose intentionally). Looks like c&p but is it singles? doubles?
One would think by the description the reps are lower, more similar to dry fighting weight, but some are mentioning hypertrophy on this program, so again i am confused.
I wouldn’t think saying which exercises are included and the max reps per set would give too much away
I think that depends on the program you run.It’s super confusing how it is laid out, but I understood it as alternating every other day, for three workouts per week.
Week 1: ABA
Week 2: BAB
But, because the workouts for A and B aren’t static they also change, so it looks like
Week 1: A Day 1, B Day 1, A Day 2
Week 2: B Day 2, A Day 3, B Day 3
What’s the other one? I only see the monthly plan for schedule B on page 18. (Unless there was a miscommunication and you’re meaning Schedule A, I was only answering the question on the plan for Schedule B)I think that depends on the program you run.