I remember, plenty of times, plowing up and basically sterilizing hectares and hectares of ‘cattle’ land and turning it into ‘farmland’. At the time, the destruction of native flora and fauna to create this was considered the norm. I remember plowing up baby rabbits from their home, as a child, and crying because I took their home and turned it into a barren wasteland to grow okra, which I hated anyway but the family liked. Years pass and I see all the bull passed on in the media about cow farts messing with global warming and the like and I just wanna laugh and shake my head at the same time. Let me take you to one of those large farms that feed vegetarians…a farm that grows your food and I can probably name the indigenous wildlife that scrapes a meal off that property with one hand. Let me show you a grass-fed pasture for cattle though and I can show you a world so vast and varied that you can’t name even a minute fraction of the thriving wildlife and multitude of eco-systems on that same size of land. Vegetarianism is a faith system. It is based on a belif system that is flawed. Please. Think for yourself people.
@Robert. Well you’re working each muscle once every 5 days as opposed to twice a week. See my diagram in point 4. If you get stronger and can make progress like that, fair enough. I’ve tried it. I was actually weaker as I wasn’t fully recovered in time. It depends on how many sets you do. You’d have to reduce the sets per body part to make this work. Therefore I’d rather reduce right down to 1-2 sets per body part and train the whole body Monday, Wednesday, Friday. You can stimulate growth and still be recovered this way.
There’s a simple step by step guide to first define your somatotype and then, by using a Microsoft Excel based application, work out exactly how, what and when to eat depending on your workout regime and other personal information. By helping you understand exactly when and how your body is in an anabolic state, you’ll be eating and working out in a way that will help your muscles recover and repair rapidly. This aims to get you on the fastest possible track to muscle growth, toning and helps keep post-workout muscle soreness to a minimum.