Training programme

jm745

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I've followed one before,
but I found I just ended up doing what was written down,
and it didn't feel like I was pushing myself hard enough,
so at the moment I decide what exercise I'm going to do either a day in advance or on that day,
I change things so I don't do the same exercise every week on the same day,
depending on what I have done before and whether a part of me is heading towards an injury.

Is this the best way to do things?
or should I make another programme to follow?

Also I hear at PRMC/interview you need to talk about what training you have been doing,
would an unstructured approach like this be frowned upon?

Cheers,
Joe.
 

proudtobebritish

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To be honest I would just follow a programme because then you can see how much you have progressed. *text deleted* just started one and it seems to be going good so I would do a training programme but it's completely up to you.
 

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To be honest I would just follow a programme because then you can see how much you have progressed. *text deleted* just started one and it seems to be going good so I would do a training programme but it's completely up to you.

Cheers,
I might make a 2 week one,
and see how it is and whether to carry on with it.
 

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Alright mate,
I don't follow any set routines, as i like to vary my training as much as possible. I just do some different excercise each day depending on what i want to work on, maybe sprinting or the odd heavy weights session, but at the same time keep up a regular cycle on the press-ups and things like that.
Fill in the blank evenings with a swim or bike ride for the hell of it.
 
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