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2 day full body any good?

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EarlGrey
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2007/06/20 13:48:01 (permalink)
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2 day full body any good?

Would this routine be any good? Would be done on Mondays and Thursdays:

Monday:
Squats
Flat Bench
SL Deadlifts
Skull Crushers
Calf raises
Abs

Thursday:
Deadlifts
Incline DB Press
Military Press
Lat Pull-downs
BB Bicep Curls
Calf Raises

All 3x8, except calves which would be 3x15.

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    AdamSimpson
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    RE: 2 day full body any good? 2007/06/20 14:19:09 (permalink)
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    might wanna throw in a couple row exercises, maybe some pullups/chins/dips as well, theyre all good compound exercises

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    RE: 2 day full body any good? 2007/06/20 17:23:18 (permalink)
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    I'd definitely advise chins/dips.

    Stick to compounds:

    Day 1:

    Bench press
    Wide grip chins [Weighted if you can]
    Squat
    Standing Military press
    SL Deadlift

    Day 2:

    Deadlift
    Wide Weighted Dips
    Barbell rows
    Dumbbell lunges
    Standing Bicep Curls

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    RE: 2 day full body any good? 2007/06/22 22:02:18 (permalink)
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    do a horizontal row on day 1 and drop the sldls. Drop either inc press or military press from day two.

    I.E. Day one will be horizontal press (flat bench) and horizontal row (bb row) day and quad dominant lower body exercise (squat), and Day two will be horizontal press (military press) and horizontal row (pull downs) and hamstring dominant lower body (deadlift)...plus the iso's.

    That should balance things out. If you wanna keep the number of exercises the same for each day, drop calf raises from day one. Nice one
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