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Modify your routine daily for best results vs. stick to what's working(no change)

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Is it better to constantly modify a routine or make no change ‘til gains cease 100%?

Do like Obama and change things. Modify the routine!

730.43%

Don’t fix what ain’t broken. Keep it the same!

1252.17%

I don’t know, but I would like to.

417.39%
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I completely agree with cervixhunter.

I think sticking with the same routine is also safer. When you add or change to a new routine, the chances of injury increase. Sticking with a routine that works - you know the moves, how you respond to them and where your thresholds are.


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Originally Posted by cervixhunter
The analogy with “muscle confusion” fitness programs does not apply to PE for a simple reason. “Muscle confusion” is actually a misinterpretation of what happens. This it is based on the observation that a constant routine loses efficiency as the brain finds ways to cheat and perform the workout in an “optimised” way, with less muscular effort, which is not what a bodybuilder wants.
What is said to be “muscle confusion” actually happens in the brain, which is left too little time to figure out the “optimised” way to avoid effort.
It is obvious that this mechanism doesn’t apply to PE.

I can see what you are saying, but muscle confusion programs really do work the muscles in different ways. P90x uses a lot of simple exercises like pullups and pushups and adds in its own twist. Sometimes you are doing pullups at different angles or holding your self up for a second…They are little things, but I really feel (physically) that I work small muscles I never have before and and shock the ones I constantly work.

I could be wrong and it could all be a mind trick, but it is amazing one way or another.

Originally Posted by onenekkidguy
I think sticking with the same routine is also safer. When you add or change to a new routine, the chances of injury increase. Sticking with a routine that works - you know the moves, how you respond to them and where your thresholds are.

Can’t argue with that. I think I am going to stay with a routine if it is working and not risk going too far. Any more thoughts?

Originally Posted by gigolo744

I can see what you are saying, but muscle confusion programs really do work the muscles in different ways.

I’m sure these programs do work! I gave an explanation why they work (not my explanation, I’ve read it of course). I wanted to show that the underlying basis is absent from PE, so the analogy is forced.


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