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Do you personally lift weights 6 days a week on this?
What is your workout routine?
I suppose you could lift 6 days a week. It really depends exactly how you're following it. As you know in the book there are several variations depending on the goal.
I myself train 4 days per week in more of a powerlifting type format, AB,AB, upper day, lower day. I'm currently doing "strength accumulation", so my off days are ULC days, my training days are ULC, until my pre-work out meal, then trashy carbs post workout. But If your really concerned about fat loss primarily then I would not take any carbs pre-work out either. Also I found that although he says you don't need to do cardio per se, I still do 1-2 HIIT sessions fasted per week and 1-2, 20-30 LISS sessions myself, because it keeps me gains leaner. When I was training at powerlifting gym I didn't do any direct cardio, but more metabolic type workouts (in addition to training) involving sled pulls, bag carries etc. which are fucking insane for getting in condition/burning fat. But at a gay "fitness/family" type gym I don't have much things to really insane metabolic work outs unless I just do a shit load of free weight type met cons which I don't really like, unless I want to feel like a cross-fitter. So I still do some regular type cardio.
I would say based on your goals I would follow the SA (strenght accumulation) protocol versus the DB (density bulking), which is for just lean 100% mass. The only real difference is in the DB, you eat carbs at night, 7 days per week, even on off days.
But to answer your question, you could train 6 days per week doing a traditional bodybuilding type split. If you did this though you would be eating carbs 6 days per week, so you need to make sure you volume is pretty high if the goal is fat loss. Baby Hulks routine is pretty good for the volume, although I have to admit if i followed that my joints would kill me, which is why I stopped doing traditional bodybuilding splits because I found the gains were offset by the thrashing of my joints from doing massive amounts of sets per muscle group per work out. I follow loosely a conjugate, wave type training method, popularized by Louie Simmons and Dave Tate.
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