Your profile says you have been training for 4 years. What have you done in those 4 years and how have you progressed? What are your current goals? What level lifter are you? Once again, I agree with Alwyn Cosgrove that 95% of the time, 95% of the population of “average” lifters should be doing full-body routines.
I am seeing way too many people posting their body part routines without giving any other information and analyzing their past to see what works and what doesnt. But thats good you posted it so now you can learn.
Yeah good point. I’m definitely not a body builder nor am trying to be. I only seriously lifted back when I was in high school and then switched over to triathalon and marathon training so I lost quite a bit of muscle. I took a breif stint where I thought I was going to quit running but gave up on that to run a couple more times, but now I’m done for sure. I’ve only been back into serious lifting for maybe a month.
Right now I’m 5’10-11 and about 195 with, by my best estimate, 15-18% bf.
I’d be happy with 210 and 12% bf.
I have no idea what my maxes are since I haven’t been back into it long, but in HS, 2 years ago my bench max was maybe 260. Squat maybe 360 and deadlift I can’t remember.
I don’t really have the money (college student) to eat like I should be, but I’m trying to make it work.
Thats interesting how you went from lifting to running back to lifting…what made you give up running? It’s good you’re back into lifting though, just go slow and stick to the basics-use a program on this site. Do you have the dining hall meal plan?