Tom Tadych's Workout Program

Tom's training strategy is to go through different phases so I don't plateau or get too comfortable or bored with one routine.
Tom Tadych's 100K Fitness Program

Tom Tadych's Workout Program

My training strategy is to go through different phases so I don't plateau or get too comfortable or bored with one routine. I start with an endurance phase with lower weights and higher reps, and slowly work my way to a building phase with high weights and low reps.

I change up lifts throughout each phase so I continue to keep my mind engaged. It's exciting to go to the gym, knowing I'm going to have new lifts so I don't get bored. When I'm bored, I'm not truly engaged and never get as much out of my lifts. When I go low reps I'm not maxing out, because for me personally I don't care to be the biggest and strongest in the gym.

I'm at a stage where I just want to be lean and healthy. I don't lift heavy weight and low reps to get huge; I do it just to change my training so I stay engaged and don't plateau on my lifts.

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The Workout:

Day 1: Chest/Triceps

Cardio:

Day 2: Back/Biceps

Cardio:

Day 3: Rest


Cardio:

Day 4: Shoulders

Cardio:

Day 5: Legs

Cardio:

Day 6: Rest


Superset:

Day 7: Rest


Superset:

Cardio: Alternate every session between treadmill/elliptical/stair-stepper. 45 minutes at 6:30 a.m. and 45 minutes post workout. On days off, I did 45 minutes at 6:30 a.m. and 45 minutes at 5:30 p.m. I went back and forth between moderate to high intensity to change it up.

I also mixed in some intervals for additional changes (warm up 2 min, 30 seconds on 30 seconds off. With cardio, I pushed myself harder and harder each week. As it got easier I turned up the intensity and threw in interval days to change it up.


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