Rotating Strength Programs?

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    Rotating Strength Programs?

    I’m currently in the middle of the “Strength Protocol” program. My goal is to build strength and muscle. I previously completed “Spartan Trials” followed by “Ironborn”. If I rotate back to Spartan Trials after “Strength Protocol” would it be like a new workout for my body?

    (I know there’s other strength and muscle building programs, but I need to be able to workout in a relatively small space.)

    Thank you to any responses!

    #2
    Well your muscles adapt to certain things, so rotation isgood. Perhaps consider adding reps, variations, weight etc to confuse your body not to adapt. I dont really know about darebee programs tho what they have, but in general when you lift you should periodize and rotate to maximise progress.

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      #3
      I'd like to recommend Darebee's Express Tone.
      If you're into reps to failure and such.

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        #4
        If the outline of a training program is good and you like it, I don't see why to change it
        Before you completely change a workout you can still work a lot on the number of repetitions, on the sets, on the recovery time, many to name just a few easily modifiable factors.

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          #5
          Fremen Thank you! I guess I was worried that my muscles wouldn’t respond as well since I have already done the program. But since it was so long ago I was wondering if that would still be an issue.

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            #6
            Originally posted by MonkeyKing View Post
            I guess I was worried that my muscles wouldn’t respond as well since I have already done the program. But since it was so long ago I was wondering if that would still be an issue.
            I don't think so and if you notice that some parts are too easy it is easy to make them more difficult with more reps, sets, fewer rests or even more difficult variations of exercises
            I would think about changing something that works well only when it starts not working so well anymore

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