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    Discussion in 'Training' started by Capone, May 27, 2012.

    1. Capone

      Capone Well-Known Member

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      Will be coming of SS to do this;

      Monday

      Wide grip chins: 4x10
      Rows: 4x12
      TRX Wide Rows (strip set): 4x6

      (Super set)
      Pull downs: 4x12
      Lat isolation: 4x12
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      Wednesday

      Squats: 4x10
      Deadlift: 4x10
      Leg press: 4x10
      ___

      Friday

      Bench press: 4x10
      Incline bench: 4x10
      Decline Fly: 4x12


      (Superset)
      Flys: 4x12
      Incline push ups: 4x10
       
    2. suighja

      suighja Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      Last edited by jh123; Today at 11:26 AM.
       
    3. crormaSoila18

      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      severe lack of squat.
       
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      fa2nzg Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      Accidently missed that out, it's in the routine though.

      Brb updating.
       
    5. vijugati8g

      vijugati8g Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      Decent routine is decent.
       
    6. Raleoxilevz

      Raleoxilevz Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      PT's can range from good to bad, excellent to horrible, etc. It's not by any means a bad routine if you can handle the volume and do a decent amount of weight with it, but personally I don't care a lot for how it looks. I'm not huge on the lack of some sort of overhead or deltoid press especially. At least you're doing Squats, Deadlifts, and Bench though... so I guess it can be overlooked. I would personally cut those down to a total of 24 reps max though. I have a really hard time allowing myself to do any more than 8 reps/set with any of the big three unless I have finished a few sets of heavy weights/low reps.

      All depends on your goals.

      Yes, I edited this paragraph like 7 times already... lol
       
    7. jailynn24hb

      jailynn24hb Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      that is a **** routine

      why are you coming off SS?
       
    8. herunder88

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      I will miss doing military press, that's one exercise I've always liked. I might incorperate it into the routine somehow.

      He went through it all with me and it seemed a good amount of volume, I'll see how it goes in the coming weeks.

      When he gave me this I mentioned the BBing forums was where I got my advice from so far and he said "yeah that's all good but I train with these guys (pointed to two 210lbs+ pters) and this is the intense stuff that they do."
       
    9. defelqy

      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      If you like military press you should incorporate it in your routine. The exercises that I don't like and I feel like there's no point in doing them, i don't do them.
       
    10. remstation

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      Rate this routine gym PT gave me/10

      I want to do a routine more bbing focused than strength training.
      I've heard loads of people say it's better to do high reps as a begginer to build the muscle fibres up and get them used to good form.
       

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