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    Does this sound right for dc training?


    Day 1, chest, shoulders, lats
    Exercises- (chest) Benchpress-utter failure, (shoulders) Military press-utter failure (lats)- Lat pull down utter failure
    Day 2
    quads, forearms, back(thickness)
    (quads)- squats- utter failure, (forearms)- arm curls- failure, (back) Barbell rows- failure
    day 3 day off
    day 4
    hams, calves, abs
    (Hams) Hamstring curls-failure, calves-Calf press faliure, abs- crunches failure
    day 5 day off
    day 6 repeat routine but implement different exercises for each muscle group


    this is what i read it was is this correct?
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    well yes and no... utter failure would actually be rest pause..a tech you need to google and understand

    DAY1

    a basic split would actually look like this,with the order as well

    A
    chest r-paused
    shoulders r-paused
    triceps-r-paused

    A2
    back width -r-paused
    back thickness straight sets 2x 4-8

    Day 2

    B1
    biceps 15-20 r-paused
    forearms-15-20 straight

    B2
    calves after warmups 1 set x dc style....read up on it
    hams 1-2 sets ..straight sets 10-20 reps
    quads....rep ranges vary dramatically here from person 2 person ..2 straight sets with heavy weight....then a 20 rep widow maker(read up on that too..


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    its just a basic template there ..example,but i would do some more reading if i were you to get a better understanding

    goodluck
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    This is the correct order.
    monday=chest, shoulders, triceps, back width, back thickness
    wednesday=biceps, forearms, calves, hamstrings, quads
    friday-repeat of mondays bodyparts
    monday-repeat of wenesdays bodypart
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    This should point you in the right direction.

    http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=19724
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    Quote Originally Posted by omni View Post
    This is the correct order.
    monday=chest, shoulders, triceps, back width, back thickness
    wednesday=biceps, forearms, calves, hamstrings, quads
    friday-repeat of mondays bodyparts
    monday-repeat of wenesdays bodypart
    Right on.
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    Im 2 weeks into my first blast and have to say that my workweights and reps have allready gone up faster then i expected.My military behind the neck presses have gone up from my last workout 185 lbs 7reps then 3-1 rest paused 11 reps total ..and tonight with that excersise i jumped up to 12 reps then 5-and 3 reps total 20 reps..long time goal for me has been behind the neck military presses working with a weight of 225lbs..its forty more pounds but im sure ill be able o crank out 6 dirty reps with 225 by the end of my 8 week blast(got to beileve to acheive right.. just saying im digging dc right now.Another cool thing is that i am not running anything righ now,just my plain creatine mono and whey,glut etc basic staples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gidemon View Post
    Im 2 weeks into my first blast and have to say the my workweights and reps have allready gone up faster then i expected.My military behind the neck presses have gone up from my last workout 185 lbs 7reps then 3-1 rest paused 11 reps total ..and tonight with that excersise i jumped up to 12 reps then 5-and 3 reps total 20 reps..long time goal for me has been behind the neck military presses working with a weight of 225lbs..its forty more pounds but im sure ill be able o crank out 6 dirty reps with 225 by the end of my 8 week blast(got to beileve to acheive right.. just saying im digging dc right now.Another cool thing is that i am not running anything righ now,just my plain creatine mono and whey,glut etc basic staples.
    Not bad with basic sups. It's nonstop bro. Look at your log book in a year. Its gonna blow you mind.
    Define a good workout...you increase your numbers on every workout. Thats like a year of great workouts. No plateaus. Your gonna be a strong big a$s dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schwellington View Post
    Day 1, chest, shoulders, lats
    Exercises- (chest) Benchpress-utter failure, (shoulders) Military press-utter failure (lats)- Lat pull down utter failure
    Day 2
    quads, forearms, back(thickness)
    (quads)- squats- utter failure, (forearms)- arm curls- failure, (back) Barbell rows- failure
    day 3 day off
    day 4
    hams, calves, abs
    (Hams) Hamstring curls-failure, calves-Calf press faliure, abs- crunches failure
    day 5 day off
    day 6 repeat routine but implement different exercises for each muscle group


    this is what i read it was is this correct?
    Day One: Chest, Delts, Tris, Back Width, Back thickness

    Day Two: Bis, Forearms, Quads, Hams, Calves, Abs

    I trained DC for years, any questions just PM bro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayDee6 View Post

    Day Two: Bis, Forearms, Quads, Hams, Calves, Abs
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    Do you do quads before hams/calves?

    Just curious as traditionally you see it done like this, due to the sheer intensity of the quad widowmaker.
    bi, forearms, calves, hams, quads
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    I do calves first just because thats how Dante wrote it. I've only been doing DC for a year and haven't changed anything. Maybe Zoxvoilia has some advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omni View Post
    I do calves first just because thats how Dante wrote it. I've only been doing DC for a year and haven't changed anything. Maybe Zoxvoilia has some advice.
    I have been training dc for 6 years, and personally I don't like doing anything after quads. I can't do **** after my widow maker lol
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    ive been slacking with my abs and was wondering..if i added them into my split like this would it hinder the following excercises

    1.abs-2 excercises 2 sets each ..example
    2.biceps
    3.forearms
    4.calves
    5.hams
    6.quads

    i fig after widow makers i would be **** on abs, so abs first... anyone done this before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by imprezivr6 View Post
    Do you do quads before hams/calves?

    Just curious as traditionally you see it done like this, due to the sheer intensity of the quad widowmaker.
    bi, forearms, calves, hams, quads
    I've always done quads, hams, then calves. I just like the idea of my quads and legs in general, being completely fresh going into the working set and widowmaker. I've tried it the traditional way as well, but I felt weaker while training my quads, so I went back to my old way of hitting quads first. Quads used to be a lagging body part for me too, so that's another reason I started with them first, to be able to work them with the most weight possible.
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