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Devil666 (My Routine)

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2004/03/03 21:58:33 (permalink)
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Devil666 (My Routine)

Hello all,

This is my Routine.

All exercises are performed for 4 sets x 6 reps (2 warm up sets and 2 work sets)

I rest 2 minutes between sets and 3 minutes between exercises.

I take 3 days rest between Workouts.

Workout A

1. Squat
2. Bench Press
3. Bent Row
4. Shoulder Press
5. Trap Bar Deadlift

Workout B

1. Deadlift
2. Military Press
3. Reverse Pulldown
4. Incline Press
5. Leg Press
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    Robert
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    RE: Devil666 (My Routine) 2004/03/04 16:18:56 (permalink)
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    not sure i like it, some good exersizes, some very bad ones and some poorly arranged. lose the pulldowns, leg press, Tbar Deadlift and incline press. add in chins/pull ups and consider replacing bench with dips. rest for as long as your need, you may take longer than 3 days to recover. good idea splitting up squats and DL, not sure about shoulder press after bench AND row, those two alone have done your shoulders in already. have a look at FNY's 2 day split, or mine.
    rob
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    JayavarmanVII
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    RE: Devil666 (My Routine) 2004/03/04 17:29:52 (permalink)
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    I do something very similar at the moment except where you do trap-bar-deadlifts I do SLDLs, and where you do incline press I do dips. I do SLDL immediately after squats, and leg press immediately after DL. Leg press is not the bad man that everyone makes it out to be, especially as you're already squatting and deadlifting.

    4 sets is pushing it a bit I think. I would set go for a maximum of 3 sets on the big exercises and 2 sets on all others.

    When training with such high frequency DO NOT TRAIN TO FAILURE.

    TUFF
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    Robert
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    RE: Devil666 (My Routine) 2004/03/04 17:34:23 (permalink)
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    quote:
    When training with such high frequency DO NOT TRAIN TO FAILURE.



    excelent post tuffnut, i forgot to mention that. 3x5 is good, i do 4-7x3 myself.
    rob
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