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Old 02-11-2013, 10:28 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by LindenGarcia18 View Post
Was wondering why most full workout routines work on a A-B system, and why you dont just hit every bodypart in the same workout?
example.

A-
DEADLIFT
BENCHPRESS
ROWS
SQUAT

B-
SQUAT
PULL-UPS
MILITARY PRESS
HYPER EXTENTIONS

alternating a and b throughout the week.

Why Dont you just do one workout you do 3 times a week rather than alternating between 2? Like this:

MILITARY PRESS
BENCH PRESS
INCLINE BENCH
DEADLIFT
BENT OVER ROWS
SQUAT
you can do a true fullbody, check out the reeves classic.
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