my routine PLEASE help.

Discussion in 'Training Logs' started by r i l e y, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. r i l e y Guest

    Can u just tell me if my routine i am doing for strength is ok.. i know im a white belt but whatever..

    i got it off thissite its a push pull split routine or w.e.

    Im 6,1. 150 pounds (was 140 but worked out laot and gained 10 pounds) now im switching my routines and this is what im currently doing

    Day 1
    Deadlifts 5 x 5
    Chin ups 3 x 10
    Bicep curls 3 x 10 lighter weight

    Day 2
    Squats 3 x 10

    Day 3
    Bench press 3 x 8
    Skull crushers 3 x 8
    Military press 5 x 5
    Day 4 - rest

    Day 5 -
    shrugs 3 x 10
    bentover rows 4 x 8
    bicep curls 3 x 10 (lighter weight)

    Day 6
    Leg curls
    ham curls

    Day 7-
    incline bench closer grip - 3 x 7
    1 x 20 dumbell kick backs
    side raises 3 x 10

    ya only 1 day of rest... but it splits up the workouts so idk it seems good to me.

    my goals are to get bigger and stronger. not like a solid physique or anything just strength.
  2. Chad Hamilton Amateur Fighter

    Feb 17, 2005
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    Don't do curls and don't do kickbacks.

    Look at my routine.
    I know everything.
  3. SmashiusClay Avatar of Cyttorak

    May 27, 2005
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    This is just me, but I'd say it sucks. You're in the gym 6 days a week (way too much); there's leg curls, side raises and kick backs; and and you've got stuff like squats the day after deads (you're posterior chain is heavily loaded by both and will need way moree time to recover). I'd reccomend rereading Carnal's treatise (you have read it have'nt you?) and following a similar routine with a pull/push/squat split done on Mon/Weds/Fri. As a fairly inexperienced lifter you should be in the gym only three days a week.

    Here's two excerpts from Carnal's work The first shows why I dislike your routine and the second is an example workout:

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