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Training discussion on after stickies, within the Bodybuilding Forum; ok after i have read the stickies i'm between german training for mass and something else day1 push(chest,frond delts,quads,calves,triceps) day2 ...


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Old 12-07-2009, 06:00 AM   #1
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ok after i have read the stickies i'm between german training for mass and something else
day1 push(chest,frond delts,quads,calves,triceps)
day2 off
day3 pull(back,hams.traps.side back delts,biceps.abs.forearms)
day4 off
day5 push
day6 off
day7 off
day8 pull

which one and how many sets for mass??
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Old 12-20-2009, 05:23 PM   #2
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I was always told to mix that kind of thing up, because while doing the push lifts, you are stretching your pull muscles, and lifting with the pull muscles, you are stretching the push muscles...and they kind of offset each other, If it were me, I would split it more like an upper body 1 day, lower body thing another thing...although I am new to this and I am probably wrong....please nobody bitch me out and through a little pissy fit if I am wrong.
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