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    my new routine


    MONDAY: Deadlifts 2x6
    Pullups 2x8
    DB Rows 2x10-12
    Seated Rows 2x10-12
    DB Curls 2x6-8
    BB Curl 1x6-8

    WEDNESDAY: Flat DB Press 2x5-7
    Incline DB Press 2x6-8
    DB Fly's 2x10
    Dips 1x max reps
    Seated DB Press 2x6-8
    Close Grip Bench 2x6-8

    FRIDAY:
    Squat 4x6-10
    Hack Squats 4x10
    Leg Curls 2x6
    DB RDL's 2x6
    Calf Raises 4x10 (3 second negative, 3 second contraction)


    Every set to failure (on deadlfits and suats - when form goes down)

    Abs throwed in here and there

    what do you think? my priority is bulking (so I included many compounds and rather low reps)

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    first you dont have anything for shoulders you might want to add that in

    and your mostly doing 1-2 sets if im reading correctly... you should be doing 3-4 atleast on everything
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    i love that you put a lot more for legs then upper body. but at the same time it seems you are worrying about the small stuff in parts of your workouts.

    read up on this link:
    http://tnation.t-nation.com/free_onl..._that_dumb_one

    it may just be easier to use a proven program.
    you can call me "ozzie" for short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka5 View Post
    MONDAY: Deadlifts 2x6
    Pullups 2x8
    DB Rows 2x10-12
    Seated Rows 2x10-12
    DB Curls 2x6-8
    BB Curl 1x6-8

    WEDNESDAY: Flat DB Press 2x5-7
    Incline DB Press 2x6-8
    DB Fly's 2x10
    Dips 1x max reps
    Seated DB Press 2x6-8
    Close Grip Bench 2x6-8

    FRIDAY:
    Squat 4x6-10
    Hack Squats 4x10
    Leg Curls 2x6
    DB RDL's 2x6
    Calf Raises 4x10 (3 second negative, 3 second contraction)


    Every set to failure (on deadlfits and suats - when form goes down)

    Abs throwed in here and there

    what do you think? my priority is bulking (so I included many compounds and rather low reps)
    Hm this reminds me of this:
    http://www.**********************/wor...ng-system.html

    It could help you out!! Look into it , basically the way you set it up , but a bit of tweeking and also help to add in the shoulders!!
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    low reps does not mean youre bulking, like mentioned above throw some military presses in the mix....
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