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    N00b is offline Banned
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    Starting a new routine (need feedback)

    Ok I was thinking about doing the following:

    M: Biceps-Back-Legs
    *heavy weight 12-10-8-6, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    W: Chest-Triceps-Shoulders
    *heavy weight 12-10-8-6, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    F: Biceps-Back-Legs
    *light weight 18-16-14-12, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    M: Chest-Triceps-Shoulders
    *light weight 18-16-14-12, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    W: Biceps-Back-Legs
    *heavy weight 12-10-8-6, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    F: Chest-Triceps-Shoulders
    *heavy weight 12-10-8-6, 2 excersizes each body part (6 total)

    Ok i think you get the pattern by now...

    And each month I change the excersizes up (or maybe every 2 weeks?)

    What do you guys think?

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    Impossible. Theres no way you can hit Back and Legs on the same day effectively. Those are the two biggest muscle groups of your body. You will run out of air quick
    If you want to do something 3 day split, try something like:
    Mon- Legs
    Weds- Chest/Shoulder/Tri (Push)
    Fri- Back/Bi (pull)
    Focus on core compound movements.

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    I agree! legs should always have their own day special day since they're the biggest muscle group

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    my split is:
    m - chest-biceps-shoulders(front)
    t - legs
    w - rest
    t - back,biceps,shoulders(rear and center)
    f - triceps-abs-calves
    s- rest
    s - rest

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    i would rethink bi's, back, and legs on the same day. i hit legs by themseves. if you really work your legs hard you won't even consider going to another body part but everyone is different and you might find it works for you.

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    I agree, but I dont really do much for my legs. Squats and some calf raises. I'm not as intense as many others on my legs. As long as I get a decent workout I am ok with it.

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    Doesn't sound like your intensity is high enough to get growth out of just squats and calf raises. I personally wouldnt be satisfied with a 'decent' workout.

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    if you only do squats, you put yourself at risk for hamstring injuries.. you need to give hamstrings a place in your workout or you could really hurt yourself

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