I've been doing full body routines for the past 3 months and will keep doing them for a while yet. I've been attacking it a little different tho as I incorporate some cardio type stuff.
It's the fittest I've ever looked / felt.
Couple of points:
Front Squats - I think you should do them they are also great for your core muscles. Just start light and work on form and build it up from there.
It looks a lot for one session to be done three times a week, however give it a run and see how it feels. But you may want to consider breaking that up into an A / B type plan and run it as A/B/A one week followed by B/A/B the next.
If you keep it as one then every second workout do it in reverse just to change it up.
You've got some good stuff in there.
The best way to balance out a full body training routine is to add some multi-joint lower body exercises such as squats and deadlifts.
Combined with multi-joint upper body exercises such as bench presses, pull-ups, and bent over rows, and finished off with a couple challenging ab exercises or isolation exercises dependent on goals of course.
This type of workout has stressed pretty much every muscle in your entire body.
Last edited by Shaolinkiwi; 03-01-2010 at 03:22 PM.