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Old 04-28-2010, 05:20 AM   #1
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hey guys,
ill start to cut in 2 or 3 weeks and id be very happy if i had my routine checked by you before starting the cut.
so here whats up:

monday: chest, shoulders, tris
-incline barbell bench press: 3x8
-dumbbell flat bench press: 3x10
-cable cross: 3x12
-arnold press: 3x8
-lateral raise: 3x10
-cable push downs: 3x12

tuesday: legs, abs
-legpress: 3x10
-hack squats free with barbell: 3x8
-extensions: 3x12
-romanian deadlifts': 3x8
-calfs: 4x failure
-abs: 4-6x failure

wednesday: off

thursday: back, bis, abs
-t-bar-rows: 3x8
-chins: 3x10
-reverse grip cable rows: 3x12
-shrugs: 2-3xfailure
-curls: 3x12
-abs: 4-6xfailure

friday: off

saturday: chest, shoulder, tris

sunday: legs, abs

monday: off

tuesday: back, bis, abs

wednesday: off

so, im training every muscle group every 5 days.
i use the same weight troughout all three sets. the last set goes always till failure and if im able to do the mandatory reps, i increase the weight in every 3 sets the next time im doing the exercise (for example: i did 3x10 with 220 lbs, so the next time im using 225 the next time)
what do you think ?? thanks in advance for your answers, guys ;)
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It seems like a lot of volume to me but this is obviously a body building routine and I am not too familiar with that.

The only thing I could say is while cutting your recovery is going to be at a reduced rate. You may find that as you get further along into your cut that you'll have to reduce some of the volume to be able to maintain the program.

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yes, its a bodybuilding routine. do you think i should leave out some exercises ?
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I think when trying to pack on mass is your primary goal you should probably use as much volume as you can handle. If you feel you are recovering enough to get a proper workout in each day then keep it up. If you feel like it's wearing you down and you couldn't possibly keep it up then start dropping an exercise here and there or just drop the reps.

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ok thanks a lot, but in some 2-3 weeks ill start a cut
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