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Jordan Peters Full Body beginner

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Hello guys,

I'm a beginner and wanted to start again after lockdown with a full body routine every other day to get as strong as possible in the next 6-12 months.
I've read a lot about jordan peters training style and found an old ig post about his full body setup for beginners: http://instagr.am/p/BxAHkdLBRye/ I'm having trouble creating my other 2 variations, maybe someone with access to jp forums can help me out with a routine whats usually recommended with full body workout or can check mine?
thx in advance for your help
:)


Variation 1 [posted by JP]

DB Bicep Curl 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Incline DB Press 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Dip 1 x 8-12; 1x 12-15
Rack Chin 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Hack Squat 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
RDL 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
Seated Calf Raise 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15

Variation 2 [posted by JP]
Toe Press 1 x 15-20; 1 x 20-25
Leg Press 1 x 6-10; 1 x 10-12
Lying Ham Curl 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Machine Incline Press 1 x 14-17; 1 x 20
Narrow Grip Smith 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Bent over Row 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Incline DB Curl 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20

Variation 3
Hammer Curls 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Incline Smith 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
JM Press 1 x 8-12; 1x 12-15
Underhand Lat Pulldown 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Smith Squat 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
DB RDL 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
Seated Calf Raise 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15

Variation 4
Smith Machine Calf Raise 1 x 15-20; 1 x 20-25
Barbell Squat 1 x 6-10; 1 x 10-12
Rack Pull 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Pec Deck 1 x 14-17; 1 x 20
Triceps Pushdown 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Unilateral HS Row 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Scott Curls 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
 

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Hello guys,

I'm a beginner and wanted to start again after lockdown with a full body routine every other day to get as strong as possible in the next 6-12 months.
I've read a lot about jordan peters training style and found an old ig post about his full body setup for beginners: http://instagr.am/p/BxAHkdLBRye/ I'm having trouble creating my other 2 variations, maybe someone with access to jp forums can help me out with a routine whats usually recommended with full body workout or can check mine?
thx in advance for your help
:)


Variation 1 [posted by JP]

DB Bicep Curl 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Incline DB Press 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Dip 1 x 8-12; 1x 12-15
Rack Chin 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Hack Squat 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
RDL 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
Seated Calf Raise 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15

Variation 2 [posted by JP]
Toe Press 1 x 15-20; 1 x 20-25
Leg Press 1 x 6-10; 1 x 10-12
Lying Ham Curl 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Machine Incline Press 1 x 14-17; 1 x 20
Narrow Grip Smith 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Bent over Row 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Incline DB Curl 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20

Variation 3
Hammer Curls 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Incline Smith 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
JM Press 1 x 8-12; 1x 12-15
Underhand Lat Pulldown 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Smith Squat 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
DB RDL 1 x 12-15; 1 x 15-20
Seated Calf Raise 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15

Variation 4
Smith Machine Calf Raise 1 x 15-20; 1 x 20-25
Barbell Squat 1 x 6-10; 1 x 10-12
Rack Pull 1 x 8-12; 1 x 12-15
Pec Deck 1 x 14-17; 1 x 20
Triceps Pushdown 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Unilateral HS Row 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Scott Curls 1 x 14-17, 1 x 20
Download the trained by JP app and he'll walk you thru all that under the education tab
 

UsmcOldSchoolMuscle

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Depending on experience, I honestly believe that volume training is best for beginners. This way the individual can implement as many lifting variations as possible to find which lifts and form are best for that persons individual anatomy.

Once the person reaches a certain level of skill then switching to High Intensity Training with increased weight and poundage often times renders the best results.

For volume training I recommend buying a used copy if Arnold Schwarzenegger's Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding. Perform all the lifts until proper form is more or less second nature.

With this skill level acquired transition to more of a H.I.T form of training and follow Big A's protocol.

Best of Luck Bro
 

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