I've been following the program on and off for a while. My question is how often are you suppose to change the exercises in your routine for each muscle group??
If you are consistent with the program ( not off & on)..then changing things up every 3-4 weeks is a good idea. Get on the wagon and stay; it may not be a fun ride the entire time, but definately one that will get you where you are going if you stay consistent with the program.
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Thanks, about 3-4 years ago i followed the eating plan without exercising and dropped 30 pounds. Eventually gained it back and more. so a couple of years ago i started eating better and dropped some weight then decided to hire a personal trainer and he changed my diet some. DIdn't work out for me to good because his changes caused me to eat too much. Gained that weight back and now i want to try this program with the exercising. Hopefully i can get more motivation and stay commited, lol Jeff
BDMoms recommended frequency is a good guideline. But realize that some muscle groups have more options for changing the excercises than others. You may want to consider using free weights for 3 -4 weeks, and then machines for 3 - 4 weeks. I like to use dumbbells for the chest excercises, but there are really only two excercises possible, the press and the fly. I got around this by changing the angle of the bench - flat, incline, or even decline. The incline bench works the upper chest more, and the decline bench the lower pecs more.
Hope this helps.
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