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Old 08-06-2010, 03:11 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
That's what I was thinking - for upper...chest focus one day, shoulder the next.

You could do bench on first day, and maybe CG or reverse bench the next...or even dumbbell or incline bench.

As long as your weekly overall volume is in check, you can really structure it however you like.

I don't want to push you in one direction or another, but I thought I would bring it up.
how about this?

Upper Body A
Bench 5x5
Rows 5x5
SOHP 3x8

Lower Body A
20 rep squats
Lunges 3 sets
Leg Curls 3 sets

Upper Body B
BTN Press 5x5
Chins 3x5
Dips or Close Grip Bench 5x5

Lower Body B
20 rep squats
SLDL 3 sets
Calf Raises 3 sets

i like the upper body days but i'm not sure about the lower body days. just a start any tweaks?

or maybe use this rotation on a 3x per week schedule?

in total this gives me 4 pressing movements 2 pulling movements and 6 lower body movements per cycle. should i add some more pulling?
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