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Competition training strategy of AnimalPak's House!

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Right now I'm about 7 weeks out from a show. During my training, I hit every muscle group once a week--trying to get 15-20 sets on major muscle groups and 9-12 on minor muscle groups. Here's the rep scheme I use: a pyramid down on the core lifts 12, 10, 8, 6, 12. On accessory movements, I use 4 sets of 8-10 reps. Finding a weight that I fail at to fall in this rep range. I do all my sets to failure without breaking down my form. The split I work with is a two-day on, one off, three on, one off, two on, one off, three on, one off, etc.

Day One: Chest

Day Two: Back

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Day Three: Rest

Day Four: Arms & Abs

Day Five: Shoulders

Day Six: Legs

Day Seven: Rest, then repeat on day one

As of now, I am doing cardio seven days a week cutting down for my comp. So on rest days I still do cardio and body weight abs. My cardio time is 120 minutes/day right now. I break it down into 3 sessions: 30 minutes before the first meal, 60 minutes after lifting, and 30 minutes before bed. Shit, how I love cardio.

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