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fqqs 04-23-2012 07:10 AM

Back, Bi's | Chest, Delts, Tri's | Quads, Hamstrings, Calves
 
Day 1: Back, Bi's

Excercises: Deadlifts 4 x 6-8, Lat Pulldowns /or Pullups 3 x 10-12, Seated Rows 3 x 10-12, DB Rows /or BB Row 3 x 10-12, DB Curl 3 x 8-10, BB Curl 3 x 8-10

Day 2: Chest, Delts, Tri's

Excercises: Incline DB Press 4 x 6-8, Weighted Dips 4 x 6-10, Pec dec /or DB Fly's 3 x 10, Seated DB Press 3 x 6-8, Leaning Laterals 3 x 10-12, EZ

Bar Skullcruchers 3 x 8-10, Rope Pressdowns 3 x 8-10

Day 3: Quads, Hamstrings, Calves

Excercises: Squats 4 x 10-12, Hack Squats 3 x 10-12, Leg Curls 3 x 6-10, Standing Calf Raise (one big continous dropset), Walking DB Lunges 12 steps each leg (done for 3 rounds)


what do you think about it?

FitnessFreek 04-23-2012 09:55 AM

Looks pretty good to me....

fqqs 04-23-2012 10:19 AM

I have some doubts if there is enough volume for legs, though



what do you think mate?

iron_worker 04-24-2012 07:25 AM

You have more than enough volume for legs. If you're truly hitting 4x10-12 on back squats then this should be very taxing on your lower body all on it's own ... let alone all the other stuff. That is if you squat properly to full depth.

Some notes:

- I would focus on pull-ups ... not lat pull-downs.

-Not sure what a seated row is ... (do you mean chest supported?) ... I would focus on your DB row though.

-Why incline DB bench? I would do flat BB bench to compliment your seated DB press.

-Keep the dips ditch the pec deck/flys (dips will be all the chest/shoulder/tri work you can handle if you do them to full depth as well)

- Are you really going to do back squats and hack squats? And that much volume?! Wowzers.

IW


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