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Old 09-15-2008, 09:43 AM
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My fault, I didn't answer your question about the logic. I like the hit bi's on chest day, and tri's on back day, because If I do it otherwise I can't hit them as hard. The core lifts fatigue the muscles to where I can't hit them as hard as I could if I were to do them on differant days.
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Old 09-15-2008, 10:00 AM
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I like the hit bi's on chest day, and tri's on back day, because If I do it otherwise I can't hit them as hard. The core lifts fatigue the muscles to where I can't hit them as hard as I could if I were to do them on differant days.
That should tell you something. Think about it...
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that the important things are core lifts anything else is supplemental that you should not stress over.
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Old 09-15-2008, 10:12 AM
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And that the core lifts are doing as much or more for your arms than isolation movements. They probably do more than isolation movements.
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Old 09-15-2008, 11:21 AM
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Ok, well thanks for the help, I will give it a try then, and see how it goes working tri's with chest and bi's with back. I like having a four day split though. Do you think it'd still be alright if I were to train shoulders seperately? as to keep to a four day split?
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Ok, well thanks for the help, I will give it a try then, and see how it goes working tri's with chest and bi's with back. I like having a four day split though. Do you think it'd still be alright if I were to train shoulders seperately? as to keep to a four day split?
Shouldn't be a problem as long as you get enough rest between the shoulder & chest days. I think a lot of people prefer it that way.
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Ok, well thanks for the help, I will give it a try then, and see how it goes working tri's with chest and bi's with back. I like having a four day split though. Do you think it'd still be alright if I were to train shoulders seperately? as to keep to a four day split?
If you like 4 training days, why not try doing an upper/lower split?

You'll hit every body part twice a week, with enough recovery time in between to not overtrain just one area.

Well, as long as you keep your volume at a sane level, that is
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Old 09-15-2008, 02:57 PM
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haha, "sane level" that being the key phrase. I like hitting about 12-16 sets per muscle group. Well, per major muscle group (legs, back, chest) the auxilary groups (bi's tri's shoulders) I usually hit anywhere from 6-10 sets.
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Old 09-15-2008, 07:17 PM
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That's too much based on your rep scheme IMO.
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I would suggest Usplabs jack3d before a workout gives you great pumps and is fairly economical, if you have the extra cash id say stick with the xtend during a workout it is great to keep them muscles in an anabolic state, and whey is def a must after a workout
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