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Old 05-24-2010, 09:57 PM   #2
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I never really followed a PL split but, I train for strength and it looks a little like this im very spontaneous with my training so it changes a lot.

Chest/Shoulders/tris: More focus on heavy bench and shoulders light tricep work

Back/Traps/Bi's: Heavy deads or rack pulls, heavy trap work maybe a few sets of bicep work

Legs/Abs: heavy squats, SLDL, ab work

Rest

Chest/Shoulders/tris: Heavy CGBP, more heavy tricep work, SOHP, lighter shoulder and tricep work

Back/traps/bis: depends on how I'm felling heavy rack pulls or speed deadlifts, bicep work, heavy traps

Leg/ab day: Usually heavy squats but, I plan on changing it up a bit maybe box squats.
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