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Old May 25th, 2012 (8:53 PM).
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Originally Posted by CarefulWetPaint View Post
Juicy it's really you choice on whether you want to do steady work outs or not (Personally I change my routine bi-weekly, but I keep the same weight for 4 weeks.) If you chose to do a steady routine for a long period of time, I really suggest doing the hump day workout, as I think the little challenge will really help your results! Though this is just my opinion on the matter, I am sure other people would have other opinions on it as well. Might make this the clubs main topic point for awhile.
I just realised something, aside from my regular working out at home I also meet up with some friends once or twice a week and we challenge ourselves with various exercises so that would really work the same as your hump day workout idea. I sorta didn't think about it because it's just having fun but now I feel like a little bit of an idiot ^^

Does anyone have any books they think are a good read when it comes to fitness of any sort? I quite enjoyed the 'convict conditioning' books but right now I'm more following the 'building the gymnastic body' book that I mentioned before but I'm always down for more information (especially if it's books on stretching) and perhaps we could get a list of good reads going in the original post, that could be good.