I've lifting seriously for almost a year and I want to try a different routine. I understand that this isn't normally recommended, but what would happen if I did
6 days a week?
I get 8+ of sleep, 500 calorie surplus, sufficient protein
simply put, you would just not grow, be lifting bitch weights and feel tired all the time. Probably fuck up your body composition and suffer from ED as well, since it would be killing your test levels.
I took 3 months off in summer and had to deload everything 50%. I ran basically this program 3 days a week with linear progression , for 4 weeks to get within 90% of PR. Squat bp row ohp sldl curl calves. 3x5 for most lifts. Subbed sldl for dl to improve recovery.
After getting to 90% or so it was very obvious I wasn't recovering from session to session and broke it up into A B days with different progression.
Eh, was on that kind of routine as a newbie and even only 3 times a week made me just spin my wheels and get nowhere. Didn't see gains until switching to a split.
But hey, if you are roiding or have one in a million genetics, go for it.
I look like that while deadlifting, is it bad? Can't be arsed to get enough hamstring flexibility to reach the bar with neutral back, so I just lift heavier and heavier and hope it fixes itself.
Lower back kinda feels numb sometimes, but no pain.
It is bad.
The only way to avoid injury with that kind of form is to put your ass as further as you can and rip your shins off with the bar.
Or just learn proper form, stretch your hamstrings so you don't have to worry about visiting snapcity.