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    What should I train with what??

    I have all my excercises and I dont know if I should train shoulders with back or chest with triceps or what??

    I am working out: Chest, Legs, Biceps/Triceps, Back, Shoulders

    What combinations work best??

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    Re: What should I train with what??

    Originally posted by OiBoy
    I have all my excercises and I dont know if I should train shoulders with back or chest with triceps or what??

    I am working out: Chest, Legs, Biceps/Triceps, Back, Shoulders

    What combinations work best??
    Everyone has their own opinion. You need to experiment. Try Back and Shoulders together and Ches with Legs and biceps and triceps if you want a 3 day split. Or you could go with Back/Legs, Chest/Shoulder, BI/TRI. You could do a million different things.
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    ok thanks

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    Re: Re: What should I train with what??

    Originally posted by jiacstrap


    Everyone has their own opinion. You need to experiment. Try Back and Shoulders together and Ches with Legs and biceps and triceps if you want a 3 day split. Or you could go with Back/Legs, Chest/Shoulder, BI/TRI. You could do a million different things.
    Personally, I don't like either of those splits you suggested. You have 3 major body parts as far as training goes: back, chest, and legs. Do each one on a separate day and then add in the minor parts whichever way you like.
    Some people like training tri's after chest because they are warm, but others feel that they are too fried by this point to warrant training them in the same workout. There's tons of different combinations and people will vary on whick one they like the best, but I wouldn't advise training 2 major body parts in the same session.
    Also, there is no formal law that says you have to train on a 3 day split. You can train each body part on a separate day if you want. It's really up to you and how your body recovers.

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