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sqeeks
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2009/08/03 16:16:26 (permalink)
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Repair Problems

Hello every one, I have been having a few problems with my training.

I have started a new routine which involves back training at the start of the week, and its been going very well however 2 days later on, on  2 different occasions i found that when i did my chest, my overall performance was lacking and i found that on very light weights i could not control the weight efficiently. This is concerning me because i want more mass on my chest. I realise that when doing my lats it tends to have strain on my forearms as well as obviously the biceps. So i am wondering if i should change my days so i am doing (the bellow)


Back

Shoulders

Chest

Legs

and i wanted to know if this affects any one else other than me. I am aware i do tend to over train but i notice my back has had major improvments in the width of it.

I am wondering if it may be beneficial to get a good repair supploment and keep the routine the same or simply just split the days up because they are obviously 2 majer muscles and i think my body cant handle them as much.

My other concern is that my shoulders especaily my rear deltoids would have been worn out by some of the Back exercises i do so im in one of those situations where i just dont know what to do, should i split them up completley and do this?

Chest

Back

shoulders

Legs  or

Back

Legs

Chest

Shoulders?

Please give me some thaughts as i am really frustrated. Kind regards Dale.
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    micky
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    Re:Repair Problems 2009/08/03 16:21:39 (permalink)
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    Sounds like your not quite ready for split routine to me!! Have you followed an all over routine at at all?
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    Dave284
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    Re:Repair Problems 2009/08/03 16:30:34 (permalink)
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    Id agree with Micky. If you want to stick with using a split then why not swap chest and back around, in my experience training chest first is less likely to affect training back than vice versa.
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    sqeeks
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    Re:Repair Problems 2009/08/03 17:33:09 (permalink)
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    thats what i was thinking Dave and micky i am a strong believer in mind over matter it doesnt matter at what ever stage i am ready to do the split i must do it and i must build my body to perfect it.  I love the sport of bodybuilding and it breaks my heart sometimes if i cant do things properly so i will try what dave 284 said.

    Thanks to you both
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    chris e
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    Re:Repair Problems 2009/08/04 12:10:08 (permalink)
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    Train smart mate :)
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    micky
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    Re:Repair Problems 2009/08/04 12:37:46 (permalink)
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    No worries mate need hand just ask!!!
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