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    Which split do you like better for an "on" split and why?

    I'm going to couple this with 500mgs Enanthate weekly.

    My current routine:

    OFF
    Chest/Tri's
    Back
    OFF
    Bi's/Abs
    Shoulders/Traps
    Legs

    ***OR***

    OFF
    Chest/Tri's
    Back/Bi's
    OFF
    Legs
    Shoulders/Traps
    OFF

    So two days of recovery on one and three on the other, but longer workouts on the second split. Whatcha think?

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    The second one or you can try

    OFF
    Chest/Bis
    Legs
    Off
    SHoulders/Tris
    Back/Rear Delts/Traps
    Off

    Either one of these is good, given that your workouts aren't too long

    BIs/Tris/shoulders 5-6 sets
    Back 9-10 sets
    Legs 10-12 sets
    Chest 7-9 sets
    Rear delts/traps 3-4 sets

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    I personally use:
    back/abs
    shoulders/abs
    off
    legs/abs
    chest
    bi's/tri's/abs
    off

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    i hit it with:
    chest, calves. abs
    bis, tris. abs
    off,
    shoulders, traps, neck, abs,
    back, legs, calves, abs

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    It is best to allow maximum time for recovery, and to prevent over-training by scheduling out your work outs in accordance to what body parts have been hit a few days prior (i.e, if you hit Triceps on Tuesday, you will want to hold off until Thursday or Friday to hit your delts).

    This is why I don't limit myself to a strict weekly split. I train each body part individually and don't limit myself to seven days. I use a 10 day schedule, with a rest day every 2 days. This means maximum recovery, prevention of over-training, and allowance for peak supercompensation.

    This also allows me to cycle my routine every week, allowing different muscle groups to fall on different days each week.
    Last edited by Polska; 01-30-2003 at 01:44 PM.

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