Opinions on these two workouts?

Discussion in 'Health And Fitness Archive - no posting' started by RazorKaine, May 31, 2007.

  1. RazorKaine

    RazorKaine Valued Member

    Hi,
    I'm a great fan of Ross Enamait, Javorek Complexes, etc.
    I stumbled upon these two workouts and I'd like to hear your opinion on them in terms of potential effectiveness, fun, flaws, etc.

    Real Fast Fat Loss (Cosgrove)

    Meltdown Training

    Enjoy the read and give your insights!! :D
     
  2. Gary

    Gary Vs The Irresistible Farce Supporter

    Both have got some good 'take home' points, but I have slowly built a dislike of these exercise specific workouts. The new article is very similar to the ideas in G-Flux or Turbulence Training, but a lot more specific. The meltdown training is good at what it does, which seems to be the GH/lactic acid thing, but I would prefer a routine which targets more energy systems, especially since this type of program is more suited to a martial artist.

    What kind of routine are you currently following, including any other training?
     
  3. RazorKaine

    RazorKaine Valued Member

    I stick with Infinite Intensity and Never Gymless routines by Ross Enamait, mixed with HIIT, conditioning (jump rope, shadowboxe), complexes (Javorek or Cosgrove's).
     
  4. Gary

    Gary Vs The Irresistible Farce Supporter

    That sounds plenty! Are you looking at these programs because you're looking at fat loss or just a change in program? If it's fat loss I'd look to your diet if that little lot isn't working.
     
  5. RazorKaine

    RazorKaine Valued Member

    Yeah you're right I should really take a look at my diet. It's not that I eat crap food, but maybe i'm not so tight either.
    I look at these programs because I like variety and I find fun to try something new from now and then.
    Now I'm giving a look at Turbolence training...
     
  6. Gary

    Gary Vs The Irresistible Farce Supporter

    I can probably help you out there, I'll add you to my msn.
     

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