I've got one last summer ahead of me before I enter the real world of work in September. I reckon that I can go to the gym twice each day, for an hour each - 14 hours isn't overtraining. What else can I do though, I have my workouts split into the following 6 routines:
Day 1: Chest (and triceps); legs
Day 2: Miscellaneous muscle groups like calves, abductor, adductor, forearms, rotary cuff, abs
2: Back and biceps
Day 3: HIIT; shoulders (and triceps).
Then I've kind of run out of muscle groups. I throw in a calf exercise every day as well as some kind of abs exercise, but then after day 3 I've run out of things to do.
Does anyone have any reccomendations? Now would be a perfect time to start doing all the less vane exercises that build stability and help prevent injuries (such as rotator cuff), but don't look as impressive, but are still important. I don't know any of these exercises though. Does anyone know of important exercises that everybody should be doing, but doesn't because they don't build nice in-your-face muscles?
Does anybody have any other thoughts about my training programme? Stupid? Misguided? Waste of time? ... good?
Don't forget I'm a loafer for the time being so I do still have time to eat well and sleep well.