I work on a four day schedule, the fourth being a rest day. I've been disregarding my back muscles for awhile and generally didn't work them out. I'm planning to start working them, but I'm having a hard time adding them to my routine. Here it is:
Day 1: Chest/Shoulders
Day 2: Legs
Day 3: Biceps/Triceps
Day 4: Rest
My bi/tri as well as my chest/shoulders day take a long time for me, so I don't think I would have enough time dedicated for back muscles. Also, when I work my back, it slightly targets biceps as well, so integrating it with legs wouldn't be too great for me.
I wouldn't want to add another day into my routine, just because I'm getting a lot of progress with this schedule so far.
Any advice would be appreciated!
Move triceps to day 1
Put back on day 3
Do less stuff on Day 1 to shorten it
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yah, thats pretty much my routine paul, i do
ive seen pretty good gains since i started this routine.