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I did the old BFL HIIT workout yesterday; Intensity training techniques.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 by  
Filed under Daily Blog

July
30
2008

I decided to change up my HIIT cardio yesterday and do one of the HIIT workouts I used to do back when I first started doing HIIT in 2003. The workout is the standard BFL HIIT workout (a 2 minute warm up at 50% followed by 1 minute at 60%/70%/80/90%, repeat 4 times and finish off with 1 minute at 100% and a brief cool down). I haven’t done that HIIT workout in quite some time, and I didn’t find it as difficult as the HIIT workouts I’m presently doing. If you are new to HIIT, this workout is probably a real good place to start.

Those supersets I did on Monday certainly were a challenge, and this morning my arms are letting me know that they felt it! I think for this year’s bulk I’m going to make a point to incorporate lots of intensity techniques into all of my workouts: supersets, giant sets, drop sets, rest/pause sets, etc. Not only do these more advanced training techniques help keep workouts fresh and extremely challenging, I’ve always respond very well to them. I’m getting so excited about this year’s bulk!

Since I modified my split this week (3 day split), today is a pretty big workout: delts, traps & chest. I feel real good this morning, and I’m looking forward to an excellent workout later today. Train hard, and I’ll see you tomorrow!

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