…continued – “Plan of Attack”
Each month your Max-OT routine will change (This is a Max-OT routine rotation). I’m not talking a major change. Just slight changes in things such as exercise, exercise order, training rotation, etc. What will never change are the basic Max-OT principles.
So over the course of 6 months your Max-OT training routine will change 6 times.
Through many years of refining Max-OT I have found that a subtle change in the routine after 4 training rotations (A training rotation is the completion of one complete workout for each muscle group.) appears to prevent muscle growth stagnation. Although the fundamentals of Max-OT prevent the typical “plateaus” most training programs lead you to, we are looking for maximum growth all the time. This approach provides for continual progress.
One week is one complete training rotation. This is a short-term time element highlighted to assess how your training is progressing. It’s important to review each week to make sure you are living up to your training expectations. This will be broken down even further as you’ll see below.
Each day you need to assess your physical and mental condition. You need to assess your diet, your supplementation, and your training.
Ask yourself these questions:
- Were all the events in your day geared toward maximizing your results? If not why?
- What can you do to make sure each day produces maximum results?
Though this is a “training program” there are many elements that affect your results that occur away from the gym. It’s of the utmost importance that each day is structured, both in and out of the gym, to maximize muscle growth. Daily planning and assessment are key to maximizing success.