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    So my current split is
    Mon: quads
    Tue:shoulders (chest flyes)
    Wed: hams calves
    Thur: arms
    Fri: rest
    sat: chest (lateral raises)
    sun: back

    I want to train back twice a week i was thinking that i could do an AM back workout consisting if only pulling movments on my arms day it would onyl be an hour or so compared to my regualar workouts which are 2-3 hours, I can handle the recovery and am on gear so i just dont know if it will impact overall muscle development

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borispili View Post
    So my current split is
    Mon: quads
    Tue:shoulders (chest flyes)
    Wed: hams calves
    Thur: arms
    Fri: rest
    sat: chest (lateral raises)
    sun: back

    I want to train back twice a week i was thinking that i could do an AM back workout consisting if only pulling movments on my arms day it would onyl be an hour or so compared to my regualar workouts which are 2-3 hours, I can handle the recovery and am on gear so i just dont know if it will impact overall muscle development
    You train for 2-3 hours a day everyday? Even on gear u will never recover enough from that IMO. Unless of course your doing only a short burst of a training session that last that long. To answer your question why don't u switch your hammy day with chest and throw in back with chest? Push- pull should give the necessary development you seek in a short time. And it shouldn't hinder your chest workouts too much.
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    how would i do chest and back so im not training chest three times a week
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    Check out Layne Norton's PHAT program. You'll hit everything twice a week. I also think having a seperate day just for arms is a waste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    I also think having a seperate day just for arms is a waste.
    I love me arms day dont care if its a waste lol
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    Ok I got it heres the new split after i finish my cut
    Mon:Quads
    Tue:Shoulder AM/ Chest PM
    Wed:Hams+Calves
    Thr: Back AM/ Arms: pm
    Fri:Rest
    Sat:Chest
    Sun:Back+Bi
  

  
 

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