Current Routine -- Seeking Wisdom and critique
02-08-2006 08:19 PM
02-08-2006 11:54 PM
Looks like some serious overtraining. Also where are your deadlifts and squats?
02-09-2006 05:42 AM
He said he had a knee injury...
Originally Posted by dunimous
Just do a little bit less for your other muscle groups, i would say max 9 sets per muscle group.
try to do 8 sets per muscle group max, on how many movements as you like.
02-09-2006 08:21 AM
Over training really? I don't feel soo fatigued that I can't keep lifting during my workout. Maybe my intensity it slow? I push and pull as heavy as possible but I don't have a partner to help spot all the time, thats the reason for DB excersises. I'm going to add dead lift in but no squats in the near future till I get an all go from the Dr. Thanks for in the input so far, how about the split?
02-09-2006 12:15 PM
I think its too much as well. 5 movements for biceps, cut back.
02-13-2006 12:22 PM
Yeah, too much volume bro. You might want to hit up a week like that every couple months or so for shock value, normally I only do 2-3 exercises per muscle group.
02-14-2006 08:00 PM
it would be cool if you do one set with each lift.
02-14-2006 08:27 PM
First of all you need to split your routine so you dont overtrain.
Add straight bar curls,drop the cable curls and the arnold curls. You are overtraining the biceps. You have to remember they are the smallest muscle you have
Tricep looks okay
try doing your arms on monday then back on tuesday. Do shoulders on on thursday and legs on Friday.
your shoulder workout looks ok so does your legs. If this doesnt work for you just try to reorganize your workouts. At this pace you are going to injure something else
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