Originally Posted by tim290280It was a hot day. These 40 degree days are killing me (thats +104 for you backwards farenheit users. I propose we change to using Kelvin as the measure, but then freezing point of water would be 273 degrees.). It gets so hard to train when you drip sweat just from walking outside. Fortuneately a sea breeze came in and cooled things off so I was able to train after dinner.
Nothing really amazing of note. But I have come to the realisation that I need to spend less time training. I seem to spend longer training than I would at a gym, so I should either shorten the workouts, cut exercises, or change programs to exercises that compliment change-over (as the gym facilitated a major cut in time between exercises). I'll stick with this for another cycle (to take it to at least 8 weeks), and then think of changing. Best to incorporate it into the new job too.
I haven't done a split routine in about 6yrs (maybe more), so I might try that for a laugh. I could go back to upper/lower. How about a vote, should I try:
1) Stay the course on the fullbody, just pull your finger out and train harder with shorter intervals.
2) Change to a wussy split, with chest on Mondays like everyone else.
3) Change to a split that at least has legs on Monday.
4) Go back to upper/lower.
5) Screw the looking good and being strong, go eat a bag of chips on the couch!
maybe you should start getting paid for all the training knowledge you have