Thanks for SB911, any idea why it says "BETA" in the PDF files? Is there a "final" version?
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Are you saying you want someone to comment on the girl in question, or was that a failed attempt at starting a fitgirls thread?
The reps thing is good science relevant to the speed of achieving specific goals, but it's not nearly as important as you're thinking. There's a direct correlation between the size of muscles as how much weight you can lift. If the weight keeps going up, your muscles will keep getting bigger. Have you ever seen someone deadlift 700 lbs who didn't look like they could deadlift 700 lbs?
You're right that high reps is just endurance. They don't really help strength or size for the simple reason that the time you spend adding endurance is time not spent increasing the weight. The difference between low and medium reps, on the other hand, is probably going to be too slight to be relevant to you unless you get devoted to strength or size at the serious powerlifter or serious bodybuilder level.
I'd suggest medium reps (8-12), but since this board is slow, you've probably had time to try out your low-medium split. If you like it, there's no reason not to stick with it. If you've come to prefer the low rep days or the medium rep days, you could switch to all one or the other. You'll be able to reach your goal whichever you choose, and it'd be pretty surprising if you noticed any significant differences.
The things to keep in mind are, of course, form and safety. If you're switching between low and medium reps--and thus between heavier weight on the low days and lighter weight on the medium days--it could be easy to accidentally develop bad habits because the weight on the medium days doesn't feel as "serious." Also, think about your rest time between sets. The strength focused people tend to take longer rests, which is probably more significant than the actual number of reps. That's for powerlifter, 1RM type strength though. Actual martial artists put more emphasis on endurance because tiring your opponent out is common enough strategy, although you did say that you wanted to look like a movie martial artist, not actually be a marital artist, so I don't know if that's important to you.
The martial artist look tends to suggest very evenly developed musculature, so you might put some thought into that as well. Calisthenic exercises tend to be good for that, just keep in mind that for strength and size you need to spend your time increasing the weight you're moving, not just mastering complex gymnastic skills. As an example, moving from push-ups to one arm push-ups is an increase in weight, but moving from push-ups to two-finger push-ups is an increase in one particularly specialized gymnastic skill.
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yeah i got that ... i meant the other ones
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Does anyone have his calisthenic program ?,please share.