This is the routine I have been following recently. I have been following a two days on one day off pattern (ie day 1, day 2, rest/cardio, day 3, day 1, rest/cardio, etc.).
Day 1: Upper Body Pull
WGPU: 4 sets
DB or BB row: 4 sets
BB curl: 4 sets
Shrugs: 4 sets
Chins: 3 sets
Day 2: Upper Body Push
DB or BB bench: 4 sets
BTN Press: 4 sets
CGBP or Dips: 4 sets
DB Flyes or Decline press: 3 sets
DB laterals SS Skulls: 3 sets each
Day 3: Lower Body
Squat: 4 sets
Deads: 4 sets
Leg curl SS ab exercise: 3 sets each
Standing calf SS ab exercise: 4 sets each
1. Does this look reasonable?
2. Am I forgetting anything?
3. Am I training each (or any) body part too frequently? (I know this varies from person to person. I am looking for general opinions/advice.)
I'd do some more PC work, good mornings, hypers, pull thrus, SLDL.
Squats work better than supplements.
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Paul, what is PC, and what are pull thrus? Pardon my ignorance. Thanks.
PC=Posterior chain. A quick, a common, solution: replace deads with SLDLs on leg day, and move deads to pull day.
Also, don't bother with wide grip pullups. Just use a normal grip.
Thanks everyone. I have some ideas for how I will change it up. I will edit the post later today.