what i menat was every day that i lift do exercises for a different part of the body. this doesn’t seem like a good thing so i changed it up
MONDAY- chest, biceps, two exercises each
TUESDAY- legs, triceps, two exrecises
THURSDAY- swhoulders, abdominals, two exercises each
FRIDAY-back two exercises maybe three
how about this one? this is almost like some of the one people have posted, but to me it seems like there won’t any gains since i’m waiting a whole week to do it again.[/quote]
We understand what you meant. Some people were trying to point out that you can’t do pure isolation work very easily. Bench is a heavy tricep/ anterior shoulder movement, in addition to pecs. Bent over rows are hamstring and biceps intensive as well as back work. That’s what we’re saying. Anyway, You’d be waiting a whole week to blast a body part in your other scheme too. If you’re going to do a body part split, I like this one a lot better. Still, some things to think about changing, now or in the future:
Switch your biceps and triceps around. Tris Monday, Biceps with legs. Chest will likely be triceps intensive, as will shoulders (if you do any overhead pressing at all).
Or, train back with your legs and switch biceps and triceps isolation work to Friday.
Also, if you decide to keep back on Friday, I’d opt for three exercises, done hard and heavy. This is because you have the entire weekend to rest and eat.
Just some stuff off the top of my head.