The BFL workouts stress workout intensity and getting done in 46 minutes. So my burning question is the most intensity I can do is superset push and pulls. But no one seems to mention this. I start with back/shoulders. I do a set of pullups (10); during my rest of the back, I do headstand pushups; I alternate back and forth. For Bis/Tris, I alternate them as well. I'm breathing heavy, I can get six sets of every muscle group in thirty minutes. For leg workout, I alternate the Lunges with calf raises. This seems so efficient. Intensity is high and I'm breathing. I feel like this is a win-win-win aproach, but no one seems to be doing this. Are there any shortcomings to this approach? What am I missing?
I'm 6'2", 182lbs, 15%BF. I have a high priority on losing fat but I don't want to get too scrawny so I need to maintain and build muscle as well. Is it reasonable to get to 9% BF (six pack abs) in 12 weeks?
I do super sets, force sets, giant sets. To be honest I do my own thing now and not the Upper Body, Cardio, Lower Body routine. For example I am trying to bulk up right now and I do 6 days of weights in the morinings and Some kind of cardio in the evenings for 3 days. Chest, legs, back, arms, then shoulds and on the 6th day I start over. So I hit 1 body part twice a week. On Sundays I rest with stretching or yoga...not so much of the yoga...lol, but I do get it in at least once a month.
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