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2004/02/20 13:04:54 (permalink)
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2 Day Routine?...

i'm after a routine which I can utilise, I can only get to the gym on tuesday and thursday because of other commitments.... so anyone got a routine which I could work to.. ideally one which will work all muscle groups over the 2 days?

i'm 6.1 and 13 stone 4lbs [dont know about my body fat],... i've been training for twice a week for the last 5 weeks now and my weight has slowly risen, I was 12 stone 7ibs before I started at the gym, but thought a proper routine would benefit me more.. I would have followed Cashmans beginner routine but its split up too much for me and as I said I can only train 2 days a week [which sucks! [V]]...

my current routine is:

Tuesday:
Squats 3x10
Bench Press 3x10
Incline Bench Press 3x10
Incline Dumbell Press 3x10
Deadlift 3x10

Thursday:
Preacher Curl 3x10
Seated Dumbell Curl 3x10
Chins [as many as I can do - struggling with these]
Military Press 3x10
Lat Pull downs 3x10 [front close grip]
Lat Pull downs 3x10 [ back wide grip]

I'm sure my routine is appauling, but i've been feeling the benifit and my training partner has noticed my gain in size, but I assume thats just down to the fact that i've not trained for 3 years and i've only just started back..

thanks in advance for any advice given..
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    pop
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/20 13:53:55 (permalink)
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    Try this:

    Tue:
    Squats 3x8
    Deadlifts 3x8
    SLDL's 3x8
    Standing calve raises 3x12
    Weighted sit ups 3x15

    Thur:
    Flat bench 3x8
    Military press 3x8
    Incline bench (dbells) 3x8
    Bent over rows 3x8
    Close grip chins 3x8 (palms facing towards you)

    Stick to this for 6 months, then switch to a version of Frankies 5x5.
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/20 13:58:10 (permalink)
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    cheers pop.. what are SLDL's?
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/20 16:35:48 (permalink)
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    its ok.. i did a search which I should of done in the first place.. found another 2 day routine also..
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/20 18:51:08 (permalink)
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    try frankies 2 day program. even better than his 3 day if you ask me.
    rob
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/20 19:07:08 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by pop

    Try this:

    Tue:
    Squats 3x8
    Deadlifts 3x8
    SLDL's 3x8
    Standing calve raises 3x12
    Weighted sit ups 3x15

    Thur:
    Flat bench 3x8
    Military press 3x8
    Incline bench (dbells) 3x8
    Bent over rows 3x8
    Close grip chins 3x8 (palms facing towards you)

    Stick to this for 6 months, then switch to a version of Frankies 5x5.



    ^Good no nonsense stuff there. I would try this routine for a 2-day.
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    RE: 2 Day Routine?... 2004/02/21 10:38:30 (permalink)
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    SLDL's = Stiff Legged Dead Lifts
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