The Renegade Workout
This is a Bodybuilding focused program but it also incorporates some lower rep ranges at the beginning of the workouts.
If you are like most people, when you first begin working out, you either just start strength training by winging it or you do what your body told you to do. I'll break the news that this was likely not optimal unless you got lucky. But, even if it wasn't optimal, you likely still encountered newbie gains as new lifters will gain strength and size doing just about anything, at least for a little while. These gains will only last you a few months and after this, you'll start to stagnate and need something new.
When your strength or muscle gains begin to slow, you might find yourself thinking about finding a new program to follow. There is also the likelihood you are taking your training more seriously or you’re just bored with the same thing every single week. This can happen to anyone and the good news is there are plenty of well-established and great training programs out there to choose from.
I am going to share the details of my program and what I follow with you. Not that this means you have to do exactly what I do as you can get great results with mine or many, many others. What I would like to do is explain what my Renegade workout is and you can decide if it is right for you.
This program's quick details include a 5-week program with the 5th week being a deload week. It consists of a series of 6 workouts and the beauty of it is you can workout 4, 5, 6, or even 7 days a week if you are feeling crazy! Every workout is designed to take 45 minutes or less and this is accomplished by using compound sets.
For full details on this program, all you have to do is read this article - https://renegadecore.com/therenegadeworkout/