This is my first thread on T-Nation, have been reading the articles for a long time but today I registered on the forum.
Im a 24, 5,9ft 205 pounds and training a couple of years.
I have some goals for the winter when it comes to strength ( like 5x 440 deadlift , 290x5 bench , 330x5 squat (yee I know it sucks)
Anyhow, I need help with my training program, i have read How to Design a Damn Good Program by Christian Thibaudeau several times. And tried different programs, but I want feedback on the program i uses...
I train the whole body twice a week and have splitted it up in 2 parts.
Chest, shoulders, triceps
2 days rest
- bench, incline, flyes , shoulderpress,side lateral , skull crushers
- deadlift,barbell row , chins, squat (easy),quads, barbell curl
the next workout for chest,shooulders,triceps are the same just changing som exersizes. The one for the back and legs is like: squat ("heavy) , stiff legged deadlift, cable row, chins, dumbell curl.
Total set for the bodyparts a week is like, chest : 16 , back: 16, legs : 16 shoulders: 10 triceps: 8 biceps: 6
I eat quit strict like :
outmeal + shake
chiken + breed+salad
tuna + outmeal
whey + carbs (after workout)
tuna + outmeal
around: 3300 kcal total.
Yee i know its a long thread, and my english sucks.. anyway , I would really been happy for some advice and tips to reach my goals that are basicly getting bigger. My long term goal is to be about 220 in the same physic like i am now.
Is the training to much ?