Discussion in 'Training Information' started by flash, Mar 25, 2020.
Back n delts
Chest n arms
For any decent length of time with results on the back of it?
Basically a push pull legs then?
Yes mate, forever.
Yea man but that’s not push pull legs dude
No reason why not, you could however do heavy load back and lighter shoulder pump style stuff one week, then heavy delts high rep back the next...
Back is pull.
Chest is Push.
Legs is legs.
Yea but arms are with chest dude
Plus delts are with back
I know what your saying but I can only train 3 times a week and arms and delts and chest are my lagging body parts hence the set up
The split I'm running at moment is revolutionary.
Do fook all * 7.
The split I normally use and it's very effective. Delts can overlap nicely with back concerning trap exercises (shrugs, upright rows, lateral raises to some extent).
I feel fresher for biceps when keeping them on separate day to back. Training chest first followed by biceps gives your triceps a breather before you hit them.
I just rotate what bodypart I start with as it's only natural with the first one you will exert more effort. So start with back then delts one day, next time start with delts etc.
add one or two arm exercsie with legs maybe? if you want to throw more volume in
All gravy chaps
When back to normality I'll give it a go
Do 100 dips, 100 press ups and 100 chin ups every day, you can buy a setup for the corner of a room for about 70 quid.
Then do your 3 weight sessions as you said there.
If you don’t see big improvement in your arms and chest within 3 months I’ll refund your subscription to the doink times weekly bruh.
Would take 20 minutes every morning to knock out before your morning shower..... Don’t have to worry about it then do you. Simple things are the easiest to implement bruh and bodyweight stuff goes a long way more than people think.
Whole heartedly agree with ya doinkio
Any links for a 70 quid chin/dip station?
You can get them for about 35£
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