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Freestyle workouts incorporate several classic Weider Principles: eclectic (change your workout, when necessary, as it progresses); instinctive (experiment to determine what works best for your body); and holistic (include vastly different training styles). But what most animates freestyling is creativity. This suits more artistic bodybuilders like Greene and Curry, but it may not work best for you.
Freestyle is the anti-routine. The upside of this is it wards of boredom, incorporates a lot of variety, and it can allow you to determine precisely what works best for your bodybuilding goals throughout each workout, whether it’s a row that’s not a row, 15 sets of one exercise, or handstands. The downside to this is the potential for chaos. Workouts can focus so much on doing something different that you miss doing what works best. It’s a training style for advanced bodybuilders who are both creative and disciplined.
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FREESTYLE BACK WORKOUT
A freestyle workout is dependant on your own body and can change on the fly. This routine merely illustrates how you can deviate from a standard exercise order and alternate between high and low reps.