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Old 05-11-2010, 07:18 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
It looks like a decent approach. A little too much arm work for my taste,

This routine:

Tuesday:
Squat 5x3-5
Bench 5x3-5
Deadlift 5x3-5
Standing overhead press 3x5-8
Barbell row 3x5-8

Friday:
Chins 2x5-8
Squat 3x8-12
Bench 3x8-12
Straight leg deadlift 3x8-12
Dips 3x8-12

...looks good. It's not too much different from what John Christy advocates:

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/pow....html#post7631

I like the second routine better then the first. I've never found that my arms get big from too much direct arm work as opposed to just hitting the big exercises and adding some curls.
Thank you! I really think that this second program would be quite optimal for me at the moment. After the summer Im really looking to get a good strength and muscle gains..and I thought that this program with enough rest and eating a lot quality food would give it to me.

My friend is a different case because he gets muscle and strength so easily and recovers very well. When we started 13 months ago, he deadlifted 110kg... now he is benching 140kg, squatting 170kg and deadlifting 220kg. He is an animal. And turning 40 this year!
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