New to site. Advice on current routine!
New member here. Not to new to lifting but coming upon only my first year mark of lifting April 1st. Little about myself I'm 20 years old, 5'6 , I train for hypertrophy and strength, right in the middle of the two, neither preferred over the other. When I began lifting I was 56kg. My one rep max for bench was 61kg squat 77kg and deadlift was 102kg. Now nearly into first complete year of lifting I've officially bulked up to 73kg and am now in my 2nd month of my cut. My weight now is 69kg at about 11% bodyfat and my lifts 1 rep max are currently 95kg bench 104kg squat 142kg deadlift. Any comment or constructive criticism or questions would be much appreciated! I've absolutely covered all reading and articles and information I could possibly absorb. When I began I just wanted to be the best I could be so in order to do that I studied up before I even touched a weight for nearly 3 months. So I began educated knowing what to do for my goals. My current program is what has made me progress the most in the past 5 months. Here is what it looks like. Its a 5 day bro split. I start every lift with 5x5 and the next working out goes to 5x8 then 5x10 then 5x12 and lastly 5x15
Bench 5x5 for 81kg
Dumbbell bench 5x8 for 31kg dumbbells
Incline barbell bench- 5x10 for 65kg
Machine incline press- 5x12 whatever weight feels good.
and lastly Flat dumbbell flys- 5x15 at 9 kg dumbbells.
Weighted pull-up- 5x5 with 15kg (I can do 25 pullups bodyweight.)
Bentover barbell rows - 5x8 with 70kg
Deadlift ( go back to 5x5) - 5x5 115kg
lat pull downs- 5x10 with whatever weight
Single dumbbell row bench supported - 5x12 with 31 kg
Squat 5x5- 90kg
leg press 5x8-102kg
stiff leg dumbbell deadlift 5x10- 35kg
leg extensions alternated with leg curls 5x12- whatever weight.
5x5 overhead barbell press- 52kg
dumbbell military press seated 5x8- 22kg
shoulder dumbbell flys 5x12-15- 10kg
reverse dumbell fly 5x12-15 - 10kg
and arms is just random.