My goal is to become lean and defined with cuts ( I want a six-pack,
and a nice chest), I would like to get down to 8% bodyfat. As you
can see, my main objective is to lose bodyfat (become lean). I have listed my workout regimen below:
Biceps: preacher curl, concentration curl, arm curl, dumbbell curls
and and 30 minutes of cardio in the morning. 1 hour of cardio in
Chest: incline press, decline press, chest press, bench press, peck
deck, and 30 minutes of cardio in the morning. 1 hour of cardio in
Back: lateral pull-down, low row, dorsi flexor, behind the head pull-
down, and 30 minutes of cardio in the morning. 1 hour of cardio in
Triceps: tricep dips (machine), tricep extension, tricep press-down,
tricep kick-back, and 30 minutes of cardio in the morning. 1 hour
of cardio in evening.
Shoulders: shoulder press, lateral raises with dumbbell, front
raises with dumbbell, shrugs with dumbbell, and 30 minutes of
cardio in the morning. 1 hour of cardio in evening.
Legs and abs: Leg extension, leg press, hack-squat, leg curls, calf
press, calf raises, cruches, ab machine, leg raises and 30 minutes
of cardio in the morning. 1 hour of cardio in evening.
The best programmed workouts in the world won't get what you're looking for. They'll supplement it, but won't get there. 80% of the battle takes place in the kitchen diet wise. Train like a beast eat like shit, you'll be pushing yourself further away from your goals. Get the diet locked in, get on a solid proven routine (I don't think an entire day devoted to triceps is necessary) and stick to the plan.
260's by May
What Mark said.. ^^
"A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, 'darkness' on the walls of his cell." ~ C.S. Lewis
Like these mates said, it's diet. Hence why most never reach an elite level. (But by no means can you not do it).
"All people dream but not equally. Those who dream by night in the recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous ones, for they may act their dream with open eyes to make it possible."
First, Serge Nubret had an AMAZING physique, especially in "relaxed" poses like the one in your avatar.
Next, the routine you have outlined is definitely not idea relative to your goals. You will be overtrained and it has an excess of cardio.
What does your diet look like?
Let me know and I can comment on it and recommend a better strength building program for you which will help you to achieve your goals.
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