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    m1514 is offline Junior Member
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    Nov 2002

    How is this workout routine?

    Heres what I have been doing:
    Monday-chest, triceps
    Tues-Legs, abs
    Wed-back, bi's
    Friday-abs, calves
    How does this look? Im 21, 187lbs, 6'3", consume 4000calories plus a day, fast metabolism, bf% around 10 I would guess, prolly less.

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    Psycoswole is offline Member
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    Looks fine bud. Are you trying to gain mass? Do you feel the routine is working well for you? If not then we can start looking for a change to root out the problem.

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    m1514 is offline Junior Member
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    My goal of 200 lbs seems out of my reach. Im leaning hard to aas right now. Any help? I eat 6-8 times aday, 4000+ calories, 400+ grams of protien. I think maybe my workouts are too long, they take about 45 min for one muscle group. Maybe I should break it down:

    flat dumbell press, 4 sets, 6-10 reps
    incline press, 4 sets, 6-10 reps
    dumbell flys, 4 sets, 8-12reps

    squats, 4x 8-10 reps
    lunges-barbell, same
    hamstring extensions, same
    quad extensions, same

    Wed-back bi's
    pull ups, 5-12 reps x4
    dbell rows, 6-10 reps x 4
    cable rows, 6-12 reps x 4
    dead lifts, 6-10 reps x 4
    alternating dbell curls, 8-10 reps x 4
    preacher curls, 6-10 x 4
    alternating hammers, same

    dbell press, 6-10 x 4
    standing military press not behind back, 6-10 x 4
    ?shoulder flys for lack of better terminology, same
    shrugs, same

    Fri-no probs there

    Overtraining perhaps?

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    bigteez66 is offline Junior Member
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    Oct 2002

    go heavy

    If you have been doing that routine for over a month or so I would switch it up and do like 5 sets of 5. I would do chest seperate, arms seperate, legs seperate, and back and shoulders seperate if you have time. I would only do a couple of exercises on each bosy part and do them really heavy with long rest in between sets to make sure you aren't prexhausted. Heavy weights = mass

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