Rich Gaspari's Workout Program
Rich Gaspari doesn't do 'average.' When he transforms, he wants to transform to the MAX. Guess what? What the Dragon Slayer wants, the Dragon Slayer gets.
My overall approach has changed drastically from my years as a professional bodybuilder in my 20s and early 30s, to now as a businessman in my 40s. When I was a bodybuilder, I was mostly concerned with gaining mass on my physique and building up for a contest. Back then, I trained on a 6-day split. During the off season, it would be three days on and one day off.
As a contest approached, say 8-to-10 weeks out, then I trained 6 consecutive days. My training during this time would be a double split, where I'd train once in the morning and once at night. I always trained to failure, using very, very heavy weights with low repetitions.
Now fast forward 10 years. Like my physique, my training has changed. I still love training and do it 5 days a week, but I only train once a day for about an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes. I now train with moderately heavy weight and higher repetitions to maintain what I have and to avoid injuries.
Rich Gaspari Fitness 360
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Here's my training program, present day: