first post? interesting… assuming ur for real. wats a dragon flag, a rotator cuff and a pistol?
yeah not bad, wat rep ranges and volume? no need for wrist curls… shoulders prob is to much volume
lift between 5-8 reps, 3-4 sets each exercise, 3-4 ex per body part… blah blah blah
ah fuck it… do wat ppl told me read thibs ‘how to make a damn good program’ and eat
why would you assume this guys a troll
I would cut these. rear delt row, front raise, lateral raise. I would add face pulls.
If your super new, I wouldn’t do a 5 day split like this.
I’ve been training for around 7-8 months but I consider myself a beginner, I was thinking about it and im going to substitute the rear delt row for the face pulls. And im going to do 1 or 2 sets at the most for the isolation exercises, thanks bro
1 or 2 sets for the isolation exercises? so your arm day will be like 8 sets total? dope.
7-8 months? and you still consider yourself a beginner. A rare humble man.
No, your 5 day split is really not good at all.
In fact it’s bad. Shoulder day? do you realize that after training for the marathon period of 8 months you cannot lift enough with one body part for it to warrant its own day.
Your shoulders will be recovered from training about 2-3 days after you train them. then they get to sit around shrinking while you go off and pump up your abz and those pythons.
5 day splits are for advanced athletes whos lift numbers re high enough to actually warrant 5 days of rest. They lift 13x more total pounds per session with one body part than you, that’s why they need more days resting that part.
I’d say drop the 5-day-path-to-lifting-the-same-weight-all-year and go pick up a solid push pull or upper-lower split.
Then again im kind of being a douche noz here so maybe dont listen. who knows.
thanks bro thats why I posted cause i wasn’t sure if i was ready for it. ohh and sorry for the misunderstanding man i meant 1-2 sets for the isolation exercises on my shoulder days it’s 3-4 for the rest of the exercises. so you would recommend a push pull split hitting each bodypart 2x a week. I see your point so imma create an upper-lower split. ok so my new routine would look like this
upper= bench press, chinups, dips, bent over barbell rows, military press and upright rows
lower= squat, deadlift, leg press w/ ft high up to target posterior chain, leg extensions, calves, hanging leg raises
wtfs up with the vid i lold for like 2 minutes at its randomness