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Alex84
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2014/12/20 22:09:34 (permalink)
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Training proper?

Fairly new to all this guys and was looking for a little training advice. I have recently started weight training doing a four day split routine including chest, shoulders, legs and back. However i was wondering whether i could add an arm day into training or whether its better to add an additional day? cheers
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Re: Training proper? 2014/12/20 22:19:58 (permalink)☼ Best Answerby Alex84 2014/12/20 22:28:59
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You might find that arms are sorted through compound lifts. Such as benching, that can sort out triceps and deadlifts and back work does biceps and forearms.
If you want to do more on arms its common to do triceps on chest day and biceps on back day.
Or yeah do a whole arm day if you have the spare time.
post edited by Trish - 2014/12/20 22:21:20
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Re: Training proper? 2014/12/21 03:02:03 (permalink)
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You should add an ass day.  
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Re: Training proper? 2014/12/21 09:58:18 (permalink)
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As @Trish says, your arm routine is more than likely covered with PPL like chest and back, though occasionally I will throw in an extra 'full arms' day if I think my bi's and tri's could do with a special boost.
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Re: Re: Training proper? 2014/12/21 09:59:45 (permalink)
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Bob Mcbobberson
You should add an ass day.  

100 high reps on the leg press gets the glutes mega toned :D
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Re: Re: Training proper? 2015/01/05 20:09:44 (permalink)
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Just started, look into full body workouts.  Starting strength is a good starting point.
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