5 day w/o routine, lookin for suggestions

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    5 day w/o routine, lookin for suggestions


    So currently I workout 5 days per week, about 65-75 minutes per day. This is what I currently have set up, but it might be time to change up. Please let me know what you think.

    1-chest/tri
    2-back/bi
    3-legs/shoulders
    4-chest/tri
    5-back/bi

    I have read alot of posts and what not. I see alot of 5 day workouts 1 with pretty much one group per day. I think I need to put more time on my legs as well, I don't want to end up looking like the letter V lol.

    I know I dont have abs anywhere on there, and thats something I'm looking into incorporating.

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    monday - shoulders/traps
    tues - legs with deadlifts
    wed - off
    thursday - back/biceps
    friday - chest/triceps
    weekend off
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    Legs
    Delt and tris
    Back and bis
    Chest
    Legs
    Off
    Off

    Or switch first off day with chest...on a week to week basis depending on schedule
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    I think it would be beneficial for you to incorporate 2 days of legs, especially if you are worried about gaining mass in your legs. One day of legs should involve dead lift as a major lift and the other should use squat for good mass building lifts. IMO leg lifts are very important to have in your workout not only for leg mass but lifts like squats will help your core strength as well. As far as the abs goes you can throw that in for any or all days you workout, i would just keep it at the end of the workout. Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRcatcher06 View Post
    I think it would be beneficial for you to incorporate 2 days of legs, especially if you are worried about gaining mass in your legs. One day of legs should involve dead lift as a major lift and the other should use squat for good mass building lifts. IMO leg lifts are very important to have in your workout not only for leg mass but lifts like squats will help your core strength as well. As far as the abs goes you can throw that in for any or all days you workout, i would just keep it at the end of the workout. Good luck
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    sumodeadlift + back
    chest + forearms + calves
    Cardio/Rest
    Standard deadlift + hamstrings
    Shoulders + Biceps
    Quads + Triceps
    Cardio/Rest
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