hey. i was wondering if anyone could offer some insight. a friend and i were trying to put together a scheme of exercises to create a routine and this is what we came up with for a back and biceps day. any criticism is appreciated greatly .
-bent-over barbell row 4x8
-wide-grip cable row 4x8
-wide-grip pull ups 3xfailure
-barbell curl 3x6 at narrow, normal, and wide grips
-preacher curl 2x8
-incline dumbells curl 2x8
thank in advance for the help guys i could really use it haha.
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If you're following BGB I believe biceps are included in the quad focused day. If you're making a new split I personally wouldn't have back and bis in the same workout. Your biceps get hit enough with back work.
If you insist on that split:
back - deadlifts, bb row, neutral pull-ups (no need to go wide) or lat pulldowns, you could throw in another rowing exercise if need be.
bis: I would do hammer curls and call it a day. But adding another exercise wouldn't hurt.