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    what do you guys think?

    this week im about to start a new work out. it would consist of me doing chest super setted with bi's on monday chest would get 4 sets 4 exsersizes bi's would get 3 sets 4 exersizes. wensday i would do back super setted with tri's back would get 4 exersizes with 4 sets and tri's would get 4 exersizes with 3 sets. friday would be shoulders super setted with legs both would get 4 sets and 4 exersizes. what do you guys think of this workout? would i b able to put mass on with all this super setting or should i do one after another? im open to any ideas. and is working ur back with your chest a good idea or should u not work 2 big body parts togeather

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    If you want to put mass on I wouldn't do a lot of super setting if any at all. I think it's important to focus on the body part being trained at the time.

    If I was going to superset I would do it like thins:
    Chest/Back
    Bis/Tris
    Shouldes/hams - maybe
    Quads - There's no way I could train another body part on leg day.

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    Originally posted by TheMudMan

    If I was going to superset I would do it like thins:
    Chest/Back
    Bis/Tris
    Shouldes/hams - maybe
    Quads - There's no way I could train another body part on leg day.
    Just what he said, its best to do PUSH/PULL supersets. Thats what arnold would always do haha. Probably chest and bi's and back and tris would allow each muscle to be fresh inbetween. Still tho i would go w/ what Mud Man said.

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    let me offer a counter-point:

    when I was on a 3-day split, I did back/bi and chest/tri as well ... but I did my arms BEFORE the other bodypart ... once I wrung out my arms, I could focus/force my back or chest to take the load

    try it both ways and see what works best for you

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