My lower body isn't on the same page as my upper body. My legs(like my arms) are too long and lean and genetically very challenging to put any mass on. But with nothing to do in the summer expect 12 hours a week worth of summer courses. I have decided its time to bring my legs and arms upto par with my chest, shoulders and back.
So i was wondering what would be the best way to achieve this? I have four months until university restarts and i start working again. Would it be best to have a schedule thats leg dominant for two months then two months arm dominant? Or is it wiser to train leg heavy for one month and arm heavy for the other then repeat?
I have my diet in order(i hope) and will be doing enough maintainence work for the other body parts.
The leg routine i plan on using will be something like this;
Sunday: Chest, Delts and tris
Monday: Legs( quad heavy)
Wednesday: Back and bis
Thursday: Basketball for 90 minutes or swim for 30
friday: legs (ham heavy)
Or do you guys think i should modify it?
So once again heres what i need to know:
1) The four months should be divided how? Arm or leg heavy two months in row? or alternate routine each month for four months? (i dont believe i can train arm and leg heavy at the same time as blood flow to calves decreases blood flow to the bi's)
2) Can you recommend a better, routine?
3) Any other tips and tricks for arm and legs growth will be highly appreciated.