I am trying to build mass so I use heavy weights and less reps. I lift everyday, but split my workouts into chest, bi's, tri's, shoulders one day and back and legs the next. I do 3 sets for each exercise. Any comments on if I should do more, or if I am doing too much or anything else would be appreciated.
Chest: Flat press
Mid incline press
Full incline press
Biceps: Preacher curls
Triceps: Tricep extensions (skull crushers)
Shoulders: Lateral Raise
Back: One arm bent row (on knee on bench, one foot on floor)
Bent barbell row (elbows out)
Bent underhand row
The routine I'm on is a varied version of http://www.wannabebig.com/article.ph...id=25&pageid=3
That being said, I'd replace Preacher Curls with Standing Barbell Curls on bicep day, and work in some Weighted Dips on chest day.
On shoulder day I'd add Seated Dumbbell Press along with Barbell Militaries.
Also for some movements you might just want to do two sets instead of three, bringing down the total sets. Essentially a personal preference that helps my recovery time.
why replace preacher curls with standing curls. Preachers are better isolation curls. I do my hammer curls standing.
preachers vs. standing is really a matter of preference. You can do more with bb though, better for mass I believe. Anyway, the routine looks good, except if you're doing incline for just chest it's kind of a waste, as declines put your chest in it's natural range of motion. Incline involve heavy delt involvement.