I've been training for a year and a half on mainly full body routines and upper/lowers 3 times a week because it was recommended to me at 17 years old that I need frequency to get a hang of the basics.
Now I've reached a plateau where I think that it's finally time for me to adopt a split routine. I've never done one before so I'm hoping I can get some input on one I got from some other site;
-Bench Press 3 working sets(not including warm ups) 5-7reps for 2-3 weeks then switch to 3-5reps
-Incline Bench Press 3sets of 6-8, no need for warm up sets (throw in db's in place of barbells once in a while for something different)
-Flat Bench Db Presses or Flyes 3 sets of 10
-Lat pulldowns, bent rows, low pully rows, db rows, and so on and so on. Pick two or three exercises, vary your reps. Obviously the lower the reps scheme the more weight you should use
-Squats 3-4 working sets(not including warm ups) 5-7 and 3-5 reps schemes work best
-Deadlifts can be done if desired or in substitute of another exercise. 3sets of 3-5
-Leg press 3sets of 8-10
-Leg Curls 3sets of 8-10
-Leg Ext. 3sets of 8-10
-Bicep work- pick a couple of exercises, 3sets of whatever.
-Close Grip Bench 3 sets of 5-7(not including warmups)
-Front Presses 3 sets of 3-5 reps
-Dips 3 sets of whatever
-Rope Tricep extensions 3 sets of 8-10
-Side Laterals (db or cable) 3 sets of 10-12
Does this seem any good?