Originally Posted by MMMorish
The following article, though a bit dated, was written by the bodybuilder and the doctor who teamed up and created the 100's workout. Give it a read. Hopefully it will help some of you with your fitness goals. It's helped me.
By Jeff Felicianno
With James E.
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TRICKS OF THE TRADE
Walkman cassette players, hand counters, training partners and journals are all commonly used by lifters doing the 100s but are not entirely necessary, with the exception of a journal. When we do the 100s, we only occasionally have someone count for us. Instead we usually use a 35 - 35 - 30 format. This way we donít have to worry about a training partnerís punctually or moods, or about keeping a predetermined schedule.
Even if you donít like to train with a partner, many people find doing the 100s-with a well-matched training partner much easier than doing them alone - if for no other reason just to count. Hand counters are usually available at, or below $10 at a sporting good store.
get outta here with that shit.