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    Help with schedule


    Sup guys i need help trying to figure out a good lifting schedule, i can do cardio every morning for about 45mins, no probs but i recently had a newborn baby and i watch hi as soon as i come home from work and my wife leave to go to work, i prob have about hour from the time i get home to the time she leaves.
    I also have saturday and sunday to train need help guys.

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    sort of depends on what your goals are to be honest, u can always do a lfting session for 45 mins in the morning in place of your cardio or switch it aroudn vice versa
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    Time spent isn't necessarily the be all end all, it's the effort you put in when there is what counts. You can get by perfectly fine training just 3 days a week on a mon-wed-fri schedule, or a tue-thu-sat. If I were in your situation I'd do less cardio and opt for a training regime like that. A push pull legs always works well. Something like:

    Mon Chest/delts/tris

    Flat bench
    Incline db press
    Standing barbell press
    Skullcrushers
    Lateral raises

    Wed Back/biceps/abs

    Deadlifts
    Barbell rows
    Chins
    Barbell curls
    Hammer curls
    Ab work

    Fri-Legs

    Leg extensions
    Squats
    Leg curls
    Calf raises
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    that sounds good but im shooting for something more of a sat-sun- and either friday or monday kind of schedule
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    Quote Originally Posted by shizz702 View Post
    Time spent isn't necessarily the be all end all, it's the effort you put in when there is what counts. You can get by perfectly fine training just 3 days a week on a mon-wed-fri schedule, or a tue-thu-sat. If I were in your situation I'd do less cardio and opt for a training regime like that. A push pull legs always works well. Something like:

    Mon Chest/delts/tris

    Flat bench
    Incline db press
    Standing barbell press
    Skullcrushers
    Lateral raises

    Wed Back/biceps/abs

    Deadlifts
    Barbell rows
    Chins
    Barbell curls
    Hammer curls
    Ab work

    Fri-Legs

    Leg extensions
    Squats
    Leg curls
    Calf raises
    Do what shizz said on fri, sun and monday or fri, sat, mon. 2 days on 1 day off. That workout is great especially for 45 minute sessions if you keep the weights high. You have more than enough time to get great training in.
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