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Back Training with an Already Heavy Workout?


#1

I am looking to add a lats workout to my plan but I am not sure when to incorperate it in. Currently I do chest and bis day 1. Day 2 tris and delts and 20 minutes of lower back excercises. Day 3 rest. Then repeat. I throw in abs every other day as well. I am seeing fast gains on this already 2 month workout and need to keep growing significantly on arms, chest, and delts, but am curious what days I could work lats in.

Any expert knowledge would be much help. Thanks!


#2

Seriously? It sounds like you need to do some reading (to learn about training). This site has a lot of good articles.


#3

What specific gains have you seen in these two months?

The thread title says “heavy”. Can you tell me what heavy means to you? In terms of volume/weight/whatever?


#4

Why no legs?


#5

What is your goal from the training you’re currently doing? Just have bigger arms and chest? If not, what actually is your goal? Sounds like a recipe for some imbalances in your physique if this is all you’re doing.


#6

Lieutenant Dan


#7

[quote]jaredlutmer wrote:
Currently I do chest and bis day 1. Day 2 tris and delts and 20 minutes of lower back excercises. Day 3 rest. Then repeat.[/quote]
Ditch the brosplit and get on a proven program. Especially one that trains the lower body lol.


#8

You have no idea what you are doing however you have somehow made it to this website so you will learn a hell of a lot by reading through the articles.
Forget your current program as it is rubbish.
Actually read some articles on here and learn.


#9

[quote]nighthawkz wrote:
Why no legs?[/quote]
Hey, 'ya never know. :wink:

[quote]jaredlutmer wrote:
I am looking to add a lats workout to my plan but I am not sure when to incorperate it in.[/quote]
This would be a start: