It looks to me like the 14-Day BSW workouts are all exactly the same as the Break in Routines, just with different types of sets (compound supersets vs supersets vs giant sets), and longer cardio. Won’t this get boring? Why not some different exercises to work the same muscle groups?
I’m just gearing up to get started, and thinking about basically 13 weeks of the same exact 3 break-in workouts with just more reps, more sets and longer cardio sounds frightfully boring. And then to follow that with another 6 weeks of 14-day BSW workouts that are basically the exact same with different type of sets?
Looking for any feedback from anyone who might have thought the same… what has been your experience?
No need to follow 3 rounds of Break In workouts. Please select the Break In routine that you like the most, follow it for 6 weeks, and then select any of the regular 14 day workouts. After you do a round of the regular 14 day workouts, you can opt to either try an advanced one or simply change up the exercises while keeping the same 14 day workout structure. There are many routines in the book for you to play with.
This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by Hugo Rivera.
Oh I see, in the instructions in the book it says to do the break in workout with 2 sets of each exercise for the first 6 weeks, then 3 sets for the next 4 weeks, and then 4 sets for 3 weeks… and THEN move on to the 14-day workouts (which to my eyes looks virtually the same).
Anyway, I guess I will use this as a way to get into the habit, after 6 weeks for sure I will be ready to change things up…