I’ve been researching different lifting programs and a couple common things I’ve seen have a workout organized like this:
A1: Squat 3×10
A2: Bench 3×10
A3: Inverted Row 3×10
B1: Step ups 3×8
B2: Lunges 3×10
C1: Russian Twists 2×30
Can you guys explain the A1, A2, A3, etc? To me it would make more sense to just label them all 1, 2, 3, etc.
If you do 3 sets of 10 squats anywhere close to failure you won’t be able to WALK the next day. I suggest you limit reps to 3 (maximum 5).
Single leg movements are inefficient both in time and results. It is difficult nee impossible to apply maximum force whilst unstable. Unless you are rehabbing from a specific injury I suggest you stick to classic compound lifts…
See the ol thread for more detail.