BigJosh has a great point about designing your own routine. My advise? Use one of the tried and true. Save yourself time and frustration. A benefit of using a tried and true routine is that when a question arises, there are many around here who can help diagnose the problem. Saving them time and frustration.
I would also add, actually echo others, there is no need for two chest days. Chest/Pecs get indirect work on both shoulder and back days. If you are going to double up, double the largest muscles.
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