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    How this workout routine?


    Day 1: Chest and Abs
    Day 2: Back, Traps, 4arms
    Day 3: Cardio and Agility
    Day 4: Shoulders and Abs
    Day 5: Arms and 4arms
    Day 6: Legs
    Day 7: Rest

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    routine for what? exercise? painting? strength? eating? size?
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    Training split*
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    Like a usual 5 day split , just try to record your workouts on your log and try to keep adding weight and throw in a deload week once neural fatigue or failure start to kick in too much. What are your goals? Calories? Size? Depending on that sometimes a 4 day split is better or a 3 day with whole body workouts !.
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    Quote Originally Posted by butrybench555 View Post
    Training split*
    training split with the goal of endurance? size? strength? athletic improvement? rehab?
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    Triceps and Biceps on the same day?

    Heres my training schedule;
    Day One: Chest and Triceps
    Day Two: Back and Biceps
    Day Three: LEGS (hammys, quads, calves etc)
    Day Four: Rest
    Day Five: Shoulders and Abs
    Day Six: compound movements (deadlifts, etc)
    Day seven: rest

    But do what works for you, I would just recommended splitting the biceps and triceps to two seperate days as often you may be fatigued after the first workout and give a half assed performance on the last workout resulting in an unbalanced workout of either the triceps or biceps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by butrybench555 View Post
    Day 1: Chest and Abs
    Day 2: Back, Traps, 4arms
    Day 3: Cardio and Agility
    Day 4: Shoulders and Abs
    Day 5: Arms and 4arms
    Day 6: Legs
    Day 7: Rest
    when do you do bench press? chest or arms day? as it works both.

    when do you deadlift? back or legs day, it works both.

    overhead press? arms or shoulders day?

    cleans? back, traps, shoulders, or leg day?

    rows? back or arms day?
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    I have always liked to have a full arm day, bi's and tri's together. I have pretty big arms for my size, working bi's on a back day, and tri's on a chest day never got me anywere. My arms would be burnt and not able to push them heavy. Depends on your goals though, are you looking for size?
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    Quote Originally Posted by butrybench555
    Day 1: Chest and Abs
    Day 2: Back, Traps, 4arms
    Day 3: Cardio and Agility
    Day 4: Shoulders and Abs
    Day 5: Arms and 4arms
    Day 6: Legs
    Day 7: Rest
    Only one rest day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rome32 View Post
    Only one rest day?
    On a cut I dont even have rest days Oo!! Merely 4 cardio days and 3 lift days , the cardio days are INTENSE burnout sessions of 600-900 kCals and around 1500-1600 kCals injested only haha, I dont see anything wrong with only 1 rest day , actually if its FULL rest it should be fine as long as he throws in good 10hrs of sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza

    On a cut I dont even have rest days Oo!! Merely 4 cardio days and 3 lift days , the cardio days are INTENSE burnout sessions of 600-900 kCals and around 1500-1600 kCals injested only haha, I dont see anything wrong with only 1 rest day , actually if its FULL rest it should be fine as long as he throws in good 10hrs of sleep.
    I guess its up to the trainer lol I need 2 rest days a week atleast or I would fall apart ha
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