posted by Verbal Kint
No link. Stating because I'd actually be interested in reviewing his theory/philosophy
Sounds 82% similar to what I do, curious if performing 7 workouts into 5 days, when you double up, how does that look for the day? i.e. lift before or after cardio?, time frame between the different workloads?
First of all, how many workouts your do per week will depend upon how you assess your fitness state when you begin. There are 5 categories. Category 5 is for someone in elite shape; 1 is for someone who hasn't worked out in forever. I'm on level 4 not because I'm in tip top shape, but because I've consistently worked out for years and my body is used to it. As I said earlier, I am 50 years old. I don't have any injuries, but I suffer greatly when I do a "heavy" lift program.
The backbone of this program is the sprint interval cardio. On day s where lifting and cardio are both on the schedule, you do the cardio first.
Here is another link to the actual workout plans from the book: