There is no way hell that I would finish that if it was my full back workout. I generally will do bent over row 10x10, pull-ups4/12, and one rows 4x20.
I don’t do all of the those exercises. It will vary I generally have three back routines that I do. That would be a shit of volume. Hell the 10x10 is enough to make you leave. I do the german comp training at least once a week for growth. It works wonders for legs. Wanted to see if it did the same thing for my back.
So ya’ll think I should stick to a warm-up set and pick three exercises. So basically I have a lot of volume? What about playing with tempo? [/quote]
You can’t do 1 working set of Deads, 1 working set of Chins, and 1 working set of Dumbbell Rows in the same workout? That’s 3 exercises. That is not a lot of volume.
What if you did 225X5 on Deads, 65X15 on Dumbbell Rows, and a set of Chin-ups to failure, then some back extensions at the end. Maybe some curls and rear delts too. That would only be 4 or 5 exercises. Not a lot of volume.
You CAN train the back with a lot of volume. The Back is capable of a lot.
My point isn’t that you need to hit all these numbers in one workout. My point is that by the time you can hit these numbers, even if you only do one of these exercises at a time
(I.E. You don’t have to do 135lb Chins and 225lb rows on the same day - you just have to be able to do them) then you can start wondering why your back isn’t big. But you probably won’t be thinking that. You’ll probably have a pretty thick, wide back.
But until you hit these numbers, there’s really no mystery as to why your Back Isn’t big and wide.