New Split--Splitting up legs...

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    New Split--Splitting up legs...


    Lately its been hard to get motivated before the gym and I've been kind of stuck on the same weight for a little while now. Thought it'd be best to kinda switch up the work-out. I've decided I'm gonna split up legs, I'm just not 100% how I should go about doing this.
    So far it looks like:

    Chest/Hams/Abs
    Incline
    Flat
    Decline
    Flyes
    Lunges
    Leg Curls

    Deadlifts/Bi's:
    Deadlifts
    Incline Curls
    Hammer Curls
    Wide-Grip Curls
    Preacher Curls

    Shoulders/Traps
    DB Shoulder Press
    Incline Reverse Flyes
    Side Lateral Raises
    Front Lateral Raises
    Upright Rows
    Behind the back Shrugs

    Squats(quads)/Tri's:
    Squats
    Leg Press
    Tricep Extensions
    Close-Grip Bench
    Pull-downs
    Reverse-Grip Push-down
    Skull-Crushers

    Back/Calves
    Wide/Mid-Grip Pull-ups
    Lat Pull Downs
    Seated Rows
    Barbell Rows
    Hyper-extensions
    Standing Calf Raises

    Most if the exercises will be 8-10 reps other then the more heavier stuff. Squats, Leg press I was thinking of doing a 5x5 on.
    Then possibly 5x5 on my flat bench, should press, BB rows and Deadlifts. Everyday will have a heavy exercise and I will be doing all my heavier exercises right at the beginning.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Consider 2 day split. Switch up the exercises and starting bodypart bewtween the 2 days.

    Back, bi's and quads
    Chest, shoulders, tri's

    back, bi's, hamstrings
    chest shoulders,tr's
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    I go to the gym way to much to only do a 2-day split. I usually go to the gym about 5 days a week sometimes 7.
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    what's your point?

    2days on, 1 day off, 2 days on, 1 day off = 4/6 days in gym. Start the split over and it makes 5 out of 7 in the gym.

    Maybe you do not understand what I mean by a 2 day split.
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    Working quads twice in one week is a bit much for me, also working chest and shoulders in the same work-outs is just way to many exercises at once.
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    Look at my post again. I added an attachment.
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