Theres no point in doing 6 exercises for one body part [/quote]
chest: a flatpress variation, a inclinepress variation, a flye variation.
delts: a vertical press, lateral raises and a movement for post-delts.
lats: a vertical pull, a horisontal pull to the hip and pullovers.
quads: a squat variation, a lunge variation and leg ext.
hams: legcurls and romanian-deads.
calves: standing and sitting calves raises.
upperback: deadlift/rackpulls and shrugs.
biceps: barbellcurl and hammercurl.
triceps: dips/close grip bench and a extension.
I cant see why you would need any more than this, but hey thats me.
Though I wouldnt say you need to do 6 exercises for a body part, this setup is way off base.
Dont follow this.
OP, I wouldnt say make Arms a prerogative just yet. You say you’re arms are small, well if you also new to bodybuilding, im going to guess that the rest of you isnt that big either. Ofc thats not intended to be an insult, it’s just normally the situation. If you have to focus somewhere, Focus on your major muscle groups: Your LEGS (big hint there) and your back. If you want to do high volume, sure thats fine, some take that approach. Id probably suggest you implement volume through your Sets/Reps x weight, rather than doing 6+ exercises a muscle. Personally, as i advanced myself, i found that different muscles needed different things- The way i train biceps, Calves, and Hamstrings are all very different approaches. So if nothing else, i say dont limit yourself in how you approach this. Do what you need to do, but be wary of how it affects you, and work WITH your body[/quote]
My legs happen to be my best body part, and I do love training them, but I also found out that I can get my quads to grow from just squatting. My hamstrings take more work, but not too much.