Im starting to work out... how does this look:
Monday: Biceps and triceps
3Close grip bench press
1Standing barbell curls
2Seated dumbbell curls
1Calf Raises (inside and outside)
3Straight lef deadlift
4lying leg curl
1Dumbbell front lateral raise
2Barbell Military press
3Barbell upright row
4Dumbell lying row
1Flat bench press
2Incline bench press
3Flat bench dumbbell flyes
4Incline Dumbbell flyes
1Assisted chin up
what s good, whats bad... what should I change?
Look slike a reasonable start, although I think you might be better served by a simpler routine.
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What kind of sets/reps are you going to be using?
Um, just a few suggestions...
I'd think about putting your arm workout later in the week as opposed to the first workout only because, your arms get used in pretty much any upper body lift like benches or rows. If you smoke your arms first thing in the week, you may not be able to give you bigger bodyparts as good a workout 'cause your arms will be tired.
For shoulders, I'd get rid of one exericse (not the militaries). Your shoulders are a relatively small muscle group which gets worked during both chest and shoulder workouts.
Lastly, for back....I'd throw in barbell rows! Although, I'm somewhat partial towards those. :-)
He made some very good points. Putting the arm workout later is definitely a good idea.
I would probably put a day or 2 of something else in between chest and shoulders because your tri's will be worn out from the shoulders to give you a proper chest workout.
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