Hey guys, I'm new here and I thought I would ask a question whilst saying hello.
I currently train using the following schedule
Chest, Trcieps, Shoulders
Quads, Hams, Calves
I workout Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday so each workout day is
different each week.
I have heard about training Back & Chest and Biceps & Triceps together
rather than the split I use and was wondering if this any better than what I
or maybe Back & Triceps, Chest & Biceps.
will this give me better results than my current split?
Hello again to all
only sure way to know is to try it out...
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Indeed, but I am a bit of a chicken and would not want to change my currentOriginally Posted by Sidior
workout in fear of not making any of the gains I would like.
Maybe I'll try it this summer after messing around with my current workout
If you are making gains with your current routine then dont' change it. But yeah you have to try out each different routine to discover one that is best for you.
Funny thing about lifting weights is you gotta find whats right for you.
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if it ain't broken, don't fix it
I agree completely, was just hoping there was some sceintific proof that working
opposite muscle groups was more efficient.
Gonna try it this thursday, Back & Triceps - I hope it works out ok, I don't wanna overtrain my Biceps by using them for my Back exercises and then training them 2
I always find after back training, my Biceps are pooped. I can manage 25Kg on the
preacher EZ curls, not including Bar, but would like to try 30Kg.
cheers for the replies
In the long run I don't think it matters much, but I personally prefer the original routine you listed.
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