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    My training sessions are below

    Monday: abs - chest only day
    Tuesday: abs- back and biceps
    Wednesday: rest
    Thursday: chest and triceps
    Friday: Abs - shoulders and legs
    Saturday: biceps only day
    Sunday: rest

    Number of exercise
    Chest: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Back: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Shoulders: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Biceps: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Legs: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Triceps: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)


    Any comments guys

    Please note that I am not on cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK1983
    My training sessions are below

    Monday: abs - chest only day
    Tuesday: abs- back and biceps
    Wednesday: rest
    Thursday: chest and triceps
    Friday: Abs - shoulders and legs
    Saturday: biceps only day
    Sunday: rest

    Number of exercise
    Chest: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Back: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Shoulders: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Biceps: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Legs: 4 - 5 (10 reps 5 sets)
    Triceps: 5 - 6 (10 reps 5 sets)

    Any comments guys

    Please note that I am not on cycle.
    Crappy split IMO. You will waste most of your time in the gym by doing large muscle groups together and wasting days with "biceps only" and 2 chest days. There seems to me no logic behind your split IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by >Good Luck< View Post

    Crappy split IMO. You will waste most of your time in the gym by doing large muscle groups together and wasting days with "biceps only" and 2 chest days. There seems to me no logic behind your split IMO
    Thanks fir your response good lick

    I did that to Focus more on bi and chest

    Any suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK1983

    Thanks fir your response good lick

    I did that to Focus more on bi and chest

    Any suggestions
    Here's something that i like

    Chest and bicep
    Legs

    Rest
    Shoulders tricep
    Back traps

    Here's why. Chest day hits tris as a secondary muscle group automatically. So you hit tris twice a week. Legs take a lot out of you so you carb up and hit legs properly. After legs you central nervous system should be rested. After your rest day you should hit shoulders, but include some incline bench as they stimulate chest and delts. Close grip press hits chest and tris, but mostly
    Tris. Also shoulder work like military press will give you a good chest pump. Then comes back...which takes a lot of energy to work it good and you will hit biceps hard by hitting back hard. That's 2 chest and 2 biceps. Don't forget traps, they're hard to pump IMO.

    Good luck hope that helps

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