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Which one would you choose and why?
I can't work out Wednesday so I thought that a 4 Day split would be best.
Here's what Im thinking of doing but that Squat/Dead/Power Clean day will probably be too hard: (Edit: Changed routine.)
Set/Reps are pretty standard, reps around 6, sets around 4/5.
Or BGB but I really don't like the look of it.
Last edited by tennisrox4; 07-26-2009 at 12:05 AM.
working on it
I'm doing BGB.
It's the shizzel. Perfectly balanced.
I agree with Yamar, BGB rocks!
squatting/deadlifting twice a week with 2 days rest isn't a great idea imo.
i don't like that routine.. You have cable rows (add barbell rows)
Do a routine from one of the sticky's.. They are routines that are proven to work and definitely give them a look
I can't do SS or 5x5 because I can't workout Mon/Wed/Fri and I don't do barbell rows because I don't like their ROM. You can pull through futher doing a single-armed row.
And I have given them a look, I have read the routines over and over again and I have put them to practice. I haven't just made a routine with some exercises without considering pre-made alternatives. I have thought this routine though and I am going to do this routine for a few weeks and see how it taxes my body. But advice is still appreciated on how to make it more effective.
Last edited by tennisrox4; 07-26-2009 at 12:02 AM.
working on it
4 day SS:
Why not do a 3 day and WO on Tue.Thu.Sat? Thu, Sat, Mon? Fri, Sun, Tue?
All I really see here is a bunch of excuses... just go out and do it and stop making it more complicated than it is.
Last edited by ZenMonkey; 07-26-2009 at 10:40 AM.
Last edited by -JM-; 07-26-2009 at 10:53 AM.
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