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    Thoughts for restructuring my routine

    lately I have been at a little bti of a plateau. I am debating on totaly restructuring my routine or starting high intensity excersises for the next few weeks. Where I would do a lot of drop sets, strips, and up and down the racks. Here is the basic layout of my routine now

    Day1
    Chest...I vary my exercises and rep range on a fairly regular basis...mostly flat, incline, decline, flies in that order

    Day2
    Legs & traps...again I try to vary exercises and rep range

    Day3
    Back & Bi's...2-3 exercises for back and 2 exercises for bi's

    Day4
    Shoulders & Tri's...2-3 exercises for shoulders and 2 exercises for tri's

    The logic to my current routine is that I am breaking up my push and pull days to give my muscles as much time to heal as possible.

    So should I stay with this current structure and throw in some high intensity exercises...or should I totaly restructure my routine? If some people think restucture or high intensity please provide example...thanks in advance

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    I would take a look at Builts Baby Got Back routine. I think its awesome. i am doing it right now and I was on a plateau forever before hand..

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    I'll view it when I get home...work has filters on net and blocks some pages...thanks

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    BTW...the current structure I use now i got it out of a book called "the secrets of bodybuilding" That is where I also read up on high intensity training. Awsome book

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