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guijr
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06/01/2020 6:15 pm  

Just wanted you to help me with a training routine for Chest, Legs, Back, Shoulders and Bi/Tri. Include Number of exercises, number of sets, reps and weekly frequency. Eg. day 1: Chest and biceps, and so on. Thanks.

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guijr
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06/01/2020 6:37 pm  

Wow, nobody?

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ready2explode
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06/01/2020 7:06 pm  

Here's my current one at the moment:

Day 1: Chest, tris, shoulders
Barbell bench (flat or incline): 5x6-8
DB Incline Flies: 5x6-8
One-arm side lateral raises: 5x6-8
Mil. Press: 3-4x8-10

Day 2: Back, Bis
Chins: 5x6-8
Rows (rotate different types): 5x6-8
Deadlift lockouts: 4x8-10

Day 3: Legs
Full Squats: 5x6-8
Leg Press:3x8-10
Seated Leg Curls: 6x6-8
Donkey Calf Raises: 10x12-20

1 day off between workouts. Cardio is done on off days.

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guijr
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06/01/2020 7:33 pm  

What is your rest interval?

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ready2explode
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06/01/2020 8:01 pm  

To be honest, between 2 and 5 minutes. I tend to push myself with squats, which usually keeps me near the pale. On the other hands, one arm-side-lat raises usually only have me out for a minute, give or take 30 seconds.

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