Your routine’s fine, don’t sweat it. You could post the best program ever invented, custom made for you by the Gods of strength, and random people here would still tell you what you do is wrong. As you can see the current flavor of the week is 5/3/1 so everybody’s on your nuts to do that. They don’t even know what’s good for themselves, but they still pretend they know better for you.
Your program looks straight out the dinosaur training book, the most old school type of program. Shit will change as you get older and stronger, but these programs are fine for you right now. In my teens, full body workouts like that were 10x more productive than any split.[/quote]
I’m not a random fucking guy, Ive spent enough time under the bar to realize that “hmmm maybe my bench doesnt respond to something, and my shoulders get really beat up from it” or “wow my squat is increasing with X program, so in the future I should do something like that.” I know how my body works because Ive gotten more experience on how to LISTEN to it, and that definitely doesnt happen overnight.
And for the record, I dont use 5/3/1, and I dont ever plan on using it again. because I listened to my body and looked at how much stronger/weaker I was getting, and made changes to it based on how I PERSONALLY felt. I recommended 5/3/1 because I saw how many BEGINNERS (OP) used it and learned the form, got bigger/stronger, and got some experience from it after a year.
To the OP
Your program will work for maybe another few months, hell maybe a bit longer, but once your body doenst just grow from newbie gains, you will stop, stall and go backwards with that thing. But whatever, you can just be like the other dumbasses, that wont take advice, then bitch and moan when theyre still 140 pounds after a year, I dont give a fuck.[/quote]
how the fuck can you call my routine shit without giving any fucking reason at all???
you just told me i was unexperienced, is that your argument???
i gave you a whole fucking list on stuff i base my routine on, how the fuck is any of that wrong??
newbie gains might last 4-6 months but no more… i have been training for 8 months[/quote]
Fine. Go crazy, do whatever you feel like. But why ask for advice if you arenÂ´t going to heed it? You might want to step back for a second and ponder the fact that strong people with years under the bar might understand a thing or two about this game that you donÂ´t yet. Be humble and you might just learn something. Otherwise, take your infantile fucking whining somewhere else, kid.