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Old 01-04-2006, 03:39 PM   #1
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Right the new program begins next week and i thought i'd get peoples opinions on it, is it a good idea or a shit idea? Because if its a shit one, i really don't want to be bothering now do i!

Here it is:

Day 1
Bench Press 5x5
Military Press 5x5
Weighted Chins 5x5
Random Bicep 3x10
Random tricep 3x10

Day 2
Squat 5x5
Straight Leg Dead lift 5x5
Leg Press 5x5
Random Calf 3x10 (x2)

Day 3
Decline Bench 5x5
Shrugs not sure (help!)
Bent Over Rows 5x5
Abs
Forarms

Day 4
Front Squat 5x5
Hack Squat 5x5
Hamstring Curls not sure (again help!)
Calf Work (undecided)
Abs

By days 1-4 I don't mean that i will be training four days straight, just the order i plan on doing it.
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Old 01-04-2006, 05:34 PM   #2
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How does this look? Maybe this is better.IMO Its more organized in terms of which muscle groups you are working.

Day 1
Bench Press 5x5
Decline Bench 5x5
Weighted Dips 5x5
Random Bicep 3x10
Random tricep 3x10

Day 2
Squat 5x5
Straight Leg Dead lift 5x5
Leg Press 5x5
Random Calf 3x10 (x2)
Hamstring Curls 5x5

Day 3
Military Press 5x5
Upright Row 5x5
Power Shrugs 3x10
Bent Over Rows 5x5
Lat Pulldowns 5x5
Abs
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Old 01-07-2006, 02:18 PM   #3
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I see what your saying, but not keen for two reasons:

1. Its too similar to what i'm already doing with regards exercises in a session

2. I don't think i could hack only training three times per week!

I think i'll stick with mine for about a month, and then if its not working out maybe i'll think about switching to yours
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Right the new program begins next week and i thought i'd get peoples opinions on it, is it a good idea or a shit idea? Because if its a shit one, i really don't want to be bothering now do i!

Here it is:

Day 1
Bench Press 5x5
Military Press 5x5
Weighted Chins 5x5
Random Bicep 3x10
Random tricep 3x10

Day 2
Squat 5x5
Straight Leg Dead lift 5x5
Leg Press 5x5
Random Calf 3x10 (x2)

Day 3
Decline Bench 5x5
Shrugs not sure (help!)
Bent Over Rows 5x5
Abs
Forarms

Day 4
Front Squat 5x5
Hack Squat 5x5
Hamstring Curls not sure (again help!)
Calf Work (undecided)
Abs

By days 1-4 I don't mean that i will be training four days straight, just the order i plan on doing it.
Your opinions will be valued as always boys and girls
That's way too much. Your bench press more than works your anterior deltoids. So in essence, on that first day you are directly hitting your front delts with 50 reps!

I see what you are trying to do, however, some of your muscles are getting too much attention while others are leaving much to be desired. You seem to want an upper/lower split. That's a very good schedule, but you may want to refer to my UD2.0 journal on the final pages...Maybe try and balance your routine with what I previously did. Same rules apply to all: Less is more.

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Old 01-07-2006, 07:13 PM   #5
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I would like Kane said combine days 2 and 4. If you still want to workout that 4th day, just start the w/o cycle over. That will make it every few weeks you work the same muscle group twice.
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