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Old 12-29-2008, 11:32 AM   #11
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^^makes sense. My workout went like this:

Mon Chest
Tue legs
Wed rest
Thur back
Fri shoulders
Sat rest
Sun rest
so it's best to work out each muscle part once a week? What will happen to me if i continue with my routine?
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Old 12-29-2008, 11:42 AM   #12
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I hear ya re: form. I think I do a decent job with my bench press form (puffing out my chest throughout the movement) but I seem to always feel "atleast some" fatigue in my front delt. I thought everyone did?
Anyway I was more thinking that I love to do the over head barbell press on shoulder day. I am pretty sure that movement uses quite a bit of tri's. So I was thinking that might not workout too well if you too well if you tore up tri's the day before.

To me the bottom line is if your getting bigger and stronger then your doing something right. When your progress slows, its time for a change up. And remember If your working out like a madman, rest is your friend.
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How long have you been training for??
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Old 12-29-2008, 12:04 PM   #14
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How long have you been training for??
2 years
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If you think your routine is a good one and its working for you then stick with it. However imo i think your over training..

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Old 12-29-2008, 02:10 PM   #16
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Your routine is working for you because of your training age. 2 years is relatively new to lifting. Things may be going good right now, but they will stop and you could end up setting yourself back because you've overtrained and haven't been training correctly.

You can take a look at some member journals for some examples. Something along the lines of bill star 5x5 or ripps starting strength would probably be a good way to start figuring out what you need to do. At this point a straight up linear progression setup might do the trick.

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