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Old 02-01-2012, 07:18 PM   #7
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If you are leaning to bodybuilding, 75% of your progress is threw nutrition.

Your split looks good.
Myself I like 1-2 warm ups sets, 3-4 working sets and 2 saturation sets per lift.

Warm ups I do 10 reps, working sets goal of 10 if I hit 10 in the 3rd working set I raise the working sets weight the next body part workout. The sat sets no less than 15 reps but no more than 20.

1-2 compound lifts first ( you have the most energy and consentration for a heavy lift ) and 2 isolation at the end.

This is how I train all my beginners. There results speak for themselve.

But there are so many ways. Keep a log and track how you do and try a few plans. Find what works for you personally for results in your size not weight lifted and then stick with it.

Take progress pictures thats one of the most usefully tools.
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