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    Who came up with 10 x 10's?

    Whoever you are, **** you to all Hell.

    I didn't even get to 10 sets, 3 x 10 was more like it. Full body, Im' fucking sore as ****.

    My trainer near the end said I was strong, I was like, right.

    Damn you creator!

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    isn't that German Volume Training? Probably the Germans did then. Also, I've read that yu don't start out with 10x10, but work your way up to 10 sets. So your first workout of 3x10 would be fine. If I remeber correctly.

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    10 sets of 10 reps of the same exercise is how GVT is done I think.

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    With the same weight? Do you add weight after you get to 10x10 and start the cycle over?

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    Same weight for the whole duration.

    20 to 30 second rest between sets. A minute between different excercises.

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    From memory, 3 Sets of 10 reps each set, 30 second rest between sets, a minute between body part.

    1. Chest - Dumbell Press
    2. Chest - Bench Press
    3. Back - Wide grip pulldown
    4. Shoulders - Arnold Presses
    5. Squats
    6. Lunges
    7. Hamstring Curls
    9. Bicep Curls
    10. Skullcrushers
    11. Crunches - 25 to 30 reps each set

    Thank God this is only once a week. I've OD'd on Motrin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabster the Bad Elf
    What kind of results are you seeing from that workout?
    Since this is the first time I've done it, alot of pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LI GUY 1
    isn't that German Volume Training? Probably the Germans did then. Also, I've read that you don't start out with 10x10, but work your way up to 10 sets. So your first workout of 3x10 would be fine. If I remember correctly.
    Something like this?
    "Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Pete
    From memory, 3 Sets of 10 reps each set, 30 second rest between sets, a minute between body part.

    1. Chest - Dumbell Press
    2. Chest - Bench Press
    3. Back - Wide grip pulldown
    4. Shoulders - Arnold Presses
    5. Squats
    6. Lunges
    7. Hamstring Curls
    9. Bicep Curls
    10. Skullcrushers
    11. Crunches - 25 to 30 reps each set

    Thank God this is only once a week. I've OD'd on Motrin.
    Can't see that doing much for your strength, but should be awesome for conditioning.
    You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman
    Something like this?
    That looks easier, ****!

    But since we are only training lifting on one day, and the rest on take downs, standup, and grappling, it's understandable why he went with all body.

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