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2004/03/22 15:24:03 (permalink)
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How does my training program look?

3 sets of 6 reps on each exercise

Monday - Chest
Bench Press
Incline Press With Dumbbells
Decline Press On Smith Machine
Machine Fly’s

Tuesday - Back
Deadlifts - 5x5
Lat Pulldowns
Low Pulley Rows
Dumbbell rows

Wednesday - Legs
Squats - 5x5
Leg Extensions
Leg Curls
Calf Raises

Thursday - Shoulders
Shoulder Press using Machine
Military Press
Upright Rows
Shrugs
Seated Lateral Raises

Friday - Arms

Biceps
Curls (EZ)
D/B Curls
Hammer Curls
Preacher Curls (EZ Bar)

Triceps

Pushdowns
Skullcrushers
Close grip Bench Press
Dumbbell Extensions

Any suggestions on improvements?

Thanks in advance
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    RE: How does my training program look? 2004/03/22 15:35:15 (permalink)
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    Been training 5 days a week since October, Started off Benching 60kg, up to 102.5 now.
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    RE: How does my training program look? 2004/03/22 15:42:50 (permalink)
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    What would you suggest then, training 3 days a week? I would combine back & biceps, chest and triceps and shoulders and legs? That sound ok?
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    RE: How does my training program look? 2004/03/22 15:55:09 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by chris06749uk

    What would you suggest then, training 3 days a week? I would combine back & biceps, chest and triceps and shoulders and legs? That sound ok?



    That does sound ok, its a common split and ive found it suits me fairly well. You would probably want to reduce the number of exercises though, why do shoulder press on a machine AND military press, essentially they attempt the same thing though military presses have all the inherent benefits of being a free weight exercise.
    Upright rows i dont do myself any more, people here have put me off them with horror stories of rotator cuff injuries, but then again there are those who do do them with no apparent problems.
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    RE: How does my training program look? 2004/03/22 15:58:58 (permalink)
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    Cheers for all the replys guys :):) Much appreciated.
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