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    Hi, I'm starting The Bridge 1.0 this Tuesday and was trying to figuere out the best way to organize my weekly schedule of training, do you think this is optimal:

    Mon: Rest day
    Tue: Day 1
    Wed: GPP
    Thu: Day2
    Fri: GPP
    Sat: Day 3
    Sun: Endurance cardio

    I'm starting with both days of GPP because that's something I've been doing lately, on those days I do pretty much just accesory stuff, neck work, abs, etc. Since I'm doing cardio on Sunday, I wouldn't do the 30 liss cardio, I may introduce the HIIT later if my recovery is well, what do you think? any recomendation would be appreciated, thanks.

  • #2
    Looks fine to me, though you could also do the endurance LISS cardio on both of your GPP days as well to save a trip to the gym.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PWard View Post
      Looks fine to me, though you could also do the endurance LISS cardio on both of your GPP days as well to save a trip to the gym.
      Oh I didn't mentioned it, when I say endurance training I usually go out to run around 10-12km, I normally do 10 minutes of walking after every workout.
      thanks man.

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      • #4
        Not to get off topic, but if you are still trying to gain weight per your post in nutrition, and want to still focus on strength, I would re-think doing a lot of long distance cardio. Of course, if it makes you happy, keep doing you. Alot of running will most likely work counter to your weight gain goals.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SunTzu View Post
          Not to get off topic, but if you are still trying to gain weight per your post in nutrition, and want to still focus on strength, I would re-think doing a lot of long distance cardio. Of course, if it makes you happy, keep doing you. Alot of running will most likely work counter to your weight gain goals.
          Oh I totally get it, I always make sure to get my calories the day I run, actually I'm running a half-marathon mid December, and I don't think it's a lot, it's just one day, but thanks for the advice

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