Last edited by frankm007; 12-24-2006 at 02:41 PM.
I was gonna ask where the deadlifts and squats were..but then I saw the first sentence. I didnt really look it over thoroughly, but maybe you could drop one of the calf raises?....Just do some standing ones and that should be enough.
can some1 explain real qujick y pulldowns are bad liek whats negative about the pulling?No wide grip pulling, focus on pressing.
Last edited by ilankaplan1; 06-08-2005 at 08:01 PM.
I would take out wide grip pulldowns and put bb rows before t bar rows, and substitute cable push-downs with seated overhead db extensions.
And a wide grip pulldown or pullup puts your rotators in a bad position, where a wrong movement could cause a shoulder injury. It's not so much the pulling motion, but the wide grip that is more dangerous.
Last edited by Titanium_Jim; 06-08-2005 at 08:06 PM.
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How come you can SLDL, but you can't do regular DL's?
I would do one vertical and one horizontal back move. I'd also go with one bicep excercise, if any, but I have never been too big on direct arm work. Go with two compound chest moves and one shoulder. For calves and triceps I'd go with one direct move. I would divide the workout into a 2-3 days per week split, hitting each excercise once per week.
you should really squat and deadlift though.
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