here is my routine,very similar to wbb routine 3 but with some changes
Incline Dumbbell Press
Close Underhand Grip Chins
Bent Over Row
Day 2 /Rest
Lunges (walking lunges using dumbbells)
Standing Military Press
Triceps Dumbbell Close Grip Press
all are 2 sets to failure
anythin you think i should add/change?
well i see one major problem, you have 2 big bodyparts together, and alot of smaller ones together.
give chest and back their own day, pair biceps with back, and triceps and shoulders with chest.
2 sets to failure could be ok, but usually i would reccomend at leats 3 good sets, but if your going to failure it should be ok
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I think your routine for a young natural? lifter is pants. Sorry from what I have learnt myself into pre-steroid training the results that can be achieved you could do so much better.
If you want to educate yourself read the book Beyond Brawn by Stuart Mc Robert (Will be in Manchesters Waterstones shop) and then contact its Round Table web-discussion site and follow the beginners routine
so what kind of routine would you recommend tuttle?
I would just add Stiff Leg Dead Lifts or Leg curls for your hammies on leg day, maybe some shrugs on back day. Everything else looks fine.
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