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    is this overtraining

    mon-delts
    tues-back/traps
    wed-chest
    thurs-triceps
    fri-legs
    sat-biceps


    thing is i enjoy going to the gym and would hate to cut it to onle 4x/week.
    i think im spacing out complementary muscles nicely...what do u think?

    ps sry i dont have time to write out my workouts.....

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    looks good to me

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    a day dedicated to bis...a day dedicated to tris... a waste imo.

    They're small bodyparts.

    Growth isn't achieved in the gym...but OUT of it!

    Stick with the 3-4 day per week split.

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    comment number two:

    mon-delts
    tues-back/traps
    wed-chest

    thurs-triceps
    fri-legs
    sat-biceps
    3 days direct/indirect shoulder work...yes imo that'd be overtraining

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger909
    mon-delts
    tues-back/traps
    wed-chest
    thurs-triceps
    fri-legs
    sat-biceps
    You can't possibly work triceps the day after chest. Close grip bench and triceps dips will inevitably work your chest the day after its been worked hard and will cause overtraining. Like Narkissos said, too much delt work. The posteriors and anteriors are hit automatically by back and chest workouts and only a few supplementary exercises are needed to toast them after benching and rowing. At least this is what works for me

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