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Old 09-03-2013, 04:25 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by LindenGarcia18 View Post
right I understand I think.

Put it this way.

Is this a good routine to follow to make sure I'm putting on as much muscle and strength as I can?



WORKOUT A

BENCH PRESS - 5X5
SQUATS - 5X5
ONE ARM DUMBBELL ROWS
SKULL CRUSHERS - 5X5

WORKOUT B - 5X5

DEAD LIFT - 5X5
MILITARY PRESS - 5X5
BENT OVER ROWS - 5X5
ARNOLD PRESS - 5X5

I just think I need to simplify so I can start enjoying my workouts again.

I've just added more and more stuff as I've gone along and I don't think it was a good idea.
Yes that's a decent approach.

You have to keep in mind that there are thousands of program variations that use similar exercises. The program isn't really the magic. Consistency, food and progression is.

As long as a program has a reasonable amount of exercises and reps, which this one does, it will serve you well.
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