pulls (Back work im guessing)
biceps on the pull day. and yeah that day’s all rows, pulldowns, and facepulls… other than some curls[/quote]
Okay, so if your split is:
Then I don’t see any real problem except that you’re training back/bis and then hitting back again 48 hours later, so the exercise selection and volume will have to be dialed in to account for the short recovery.
For a slight tweak on this split, check out the first answer in this article from Poliquin:
Just note that you’re doing minimal chest work which can definitely limit “upper torso” growth.
You’re already doing chin-ups and pulldowns one day, and rows and more pulldowns the other. I’d look for some more exercise variety. Like chobbs said, consider row variations on the back/chest day and pulldown variations on the second day.
Last thing, since you’re doing pullovers last on chest/back day, what bodypart do you feel them working the most?