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Old 07-08-2012, 03:32 PM   #10
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I think a simple A/B is the way to go.
Something like Starting strength might be right up his alley. Getting stronger on the big lifts.

This is an A/B workout that I did that I really enjoyed:
A
Deadlift 3x3
OHP 3x6
T-bar rows 3x8
db incline bench 3x8
db curls 3x8
Decline bench crunches bwx3

B
Squats 3x5
Bench Press 3x6
DB Rows 3x8
Db lateral raises 3x8
CGBP 3x8
Rev. Pec deckx3

I really enjoyed this routine. It is very similar to a John Christy style routine. I did it 3 times a week, but it would be just as suited for a twice a week routine. And, rep ranges can be changed where desired. That won't make a break the routine.
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