What goals are you aiming for?
1st some background. I've been lifting regularly since I was 16 (now 37). I started primal on Jan 8, 2012 at 177 and 17% body fat. By the end of April I was at 160 and 10%. Over that time I was also doing the 1 super slow set to failure as suggested by Mike Metzger and Body by Science. Seemed like I was making good gains strength wise as the reps or weight went up almost every workout. However, when I decided to lift a little heavier the other day, I was shocked by how few reps I could bench at 180 (about 1/3 of my peak). Additionally, even though I lost mostly body fat, there definitely has been a significant loss in size (biceps are 3/4 of an inch smaller than they were last year).
So I started a new program yesterday that I made up. I start with the hi intensity 1 super slow set of a circuit to failure per body by science. After the circuit, I took a 5 minute rest and then did 2 heavy sets of the same exercises and threw in some 100# KB swings at the end. I'll be doing this 2x's per week in addition to the 5 hours of basketball and 2 hours of volleyball each week.
Here's the routine
DB inc bench
Follow that up with 2 sets heavy of the same exercises and add KB swings
Dumbbell deadlift (Actually aggravated my back with barbell last week so I'm moving to DB)
Follow that up with 2 sets heavy and kettle bell swings
Results: I felt a pump like I haven't felt in many months and I am a little sore this morning and probably will get a little more sore as the day goes on. It only took about 35 minutes and I was definitely shaky when I was done!!
Get down to 6-8% body fat
add about 10 pounds of muscle
be the strongest I've ever been
and add another 6-8 inches to my vertical for basketball and volleyball
If one of your goals is jumping higher then I would recommend box jumps. I like to work them into high intensity days and can definitely feel the payoff when jumping up for a rebound or a spike.
I would dump incline bench and just do press. If you are looking for some explosive power, add in power cleans.
Going for 2nd round of the workout today! Have a lot of calories to consume afterwards
I am not sure doing your exercise in circuits is the the best way to go. Although it can be done it is hard to rip and get big at the same time.
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Why not just do 5/3/1 and work on power cleans and box jumps for accessory work? And why do the superslow at all, if it's so obvious it was a dismal failure at getting you stronger?
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