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Old 11-27-2010, 09:16 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by T_Schmidt View Post
I found this workout and wanted to know if it's any good?

Monday: Pulling (Back/Biceps/Deadlift)
- Deadlifts (3 sets)
- Chins (3 sets)
- One-Arm Dumbbell Rows (2 sets)
- Close Grip Pulldowns (2 sets)
- Barbell Curls (2 sets)
- Hammer Curls (1 set)

Wednesday: Pushing (Chest/Shoulders/Triceps)
- Flat Dumbbell Bench Press (3 Sets)
- Incline Barbell Bench Press (2 sets)
- Dips (2 sets)
- Seated Dumbbell Military Press (3 sets)
- Overhead Dumbbell Extension (2 sets)
- Side Laterals (2 sets)
- Pushdowns (2 sets)
- Cable Crossover / Pec Deck (1 set)

Friday: Lower Body (Legs)
- Squats (4 sets)
- Strait Leg Deadlifts (2 sets)
- Walking Lunges (2 sets)
- Leg Curl / Feet High Leg Press Superset (2 sets)
- Calf Raises (3 sets)

This progam is appropriate for an advanced intermediate to advanced lifter.

If you have not been lifting for at least 3 years on a consistant basis, then I would not do this program.

There is nothing wrong with a 3 day split perse', just not this one as written.

Walk before you run.

How long have you been lifting?
What are lift numbers?
How old are you?
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