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Old 02-01-2011, 01:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Trevor Ross View Post

Not a mess at all.


Deadlifts and GHR for the hams and lower back.

Deads will hit nearly your whole body, including to a high degree the other muscles your doubling up moves on.

Shrugs and rows to the chest for the traps.

Hit with deads

Pull ups and DB rows for the lats.

Hit with deads, but a 2nd move, Wide grip chins is a good addition.

Drag and BB curls for the biceps.

I'd stick with one Curl movement. Biceps are also hit during deads

Hammer and wrist curls for the forearms.

Again, this group is heavily hit by deads.

Your welcome to your opinion on training, but some of what you suggest in this answer leaves me wondering a few things.

If your going to offer up training programs, and advice then you need to abide by the forum rule.

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/for...bull-rule.html

Maybe we just see this from a different perspective, and thats fine. Your entitled to your opinion. I would not set up a session such as you have proposed. At least not for most people, and definately not for a beginner.
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