Training against the clock

  1. Training against the clock


    I am trying to design a routine that will fit my current work schedule. I can not do weights and cardio on the same day anymore because it is taking too much time that i don't have.

    What would be a good three day split for the weight training as far as exercises.... I was thinking squats/bench/dead/pull-ups/chin's/dip's...etc.

    I am trying to incorporate as many compound exercises as possible

    Please advise.


  2. Heavy Bench/heavy barbell Rows, Dips (weighted) and Lat Pulldown

    Deadlift/ Pullups (Weighted), Good mornings and Barbell Curls

    Squats, Leg Press, Leg Extentions, lower back work.

    you can add abs and cardio as needed but that would be a decent split
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by brownstown89 View Post
    Heavy Bench/heavy barbell Rows, Dips (weighted) and Lat Pulldown

    Deadlift/ Pullups (Weighted), Good mornings and Barbell Curls

    Squats, Leg Press, Leg Extentions, lower back work.

    you can add abs and cardio as needed but that would be a decent split
    DON'T DO CARDIO INSTEAD RIDE YOUR BIKE TO GYM/WORK ECT, keep you cut son

  4. ^^ since when is riding ur bike not cardio?

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