2 Days off --> weight lifting

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  1. Gordinho

    Gordinho Green Belt

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    Hey Folks,

    my prof gets a new gym and i am able to train mo,tues, thurs, friday 2x and sunday 1x. So i have Saturday and Wensday to lift.

    I was thinking about a nice pull, push, squat routine.

    like We pull
    Sat push
    we sqaut
    sat pull
    ...
    ...
    ...

    For sure my game plan is to stick with the big three exercise. Bench, sqaut a. deadlift.

    any specific suggestions?

    regards
     
  2. Ziltoid

    Ziltoid In search for the Ultimate cup of Coffee

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    FAQ dude. Theres a routine in there you can follow.
     
  3. JPC

    JPC Purple Belt

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    Yeah, for a two day a week routine, I would do two full body routines. Squat, Bench, Row or Power Clean on one day, and Deadlift, Press, Chinup on the other.
     
  4. Lusst

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    You can get some good work in only 2 days out of the week. It's how I started my lifting career and I saw great results.

    Hell, I think DevilsSon still does a 2-day split.
     
  5. JinKazama

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    ^ def go with a 2 day split
     
  6. arctic82

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    2 days is plenty, and you can go harder with more volume.
    Depending on other activities, naturally.

    Snatch, squats, chin-ups and cleans, deads, OHP's.
     

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