i've been running a push/pull/legs routine for a while now and am now wanting to revamp it to fit any weak points that have cropped up, i dont usually ask for routine help as what i've constructed usually works pretty well, however i've hit a wall recently. i plan on going for legs, push, pull, off, repeat. legs squat/deadlift db lunges/front squat stiff-legged deadlifts standing calve raises push incline bb bench decline db bench bb overhead press side lateral raises skullcrushers pull pendlay rows weighted rack chins db rows rear delt flyes/face pulls barbell curls my current weak points are... my chest... so lets say my clavacular head isn't well developed. my calves, full stop these need improvement. forearms. i guess ultimatley my questions are... 1, should i drop a shoulder exercise, are two over kill? how shall i tweak things to help improve my chest? exercise wise. 2, any ammendments on my leg day? I have limited equipment for the next couple of weeks. 3, back day, any changes for this? 4, any thoughts of repetition ranges to use for the assistance lifts and what to use on the heavy compounds, should i go 3 x 5, 4 x 6 for the heavy ones and 2-3 x 6-10 for the assistance?