Hi guys, as you can tell I’m new. Heres some information about me: I’m 6’4 195 pounds, I don’t know what my body fat percentage is but I really don’t care, whatever looks good to me in the mirror, I’m 18 years old and I have been “training” for a couple of years.
I know now though that I have been really wasting my time without doing squats or dead lifts. I always avoided those types of lifts because I have always had trouble getting low enough. I also can’t do a wide grip chin up, so I use Lat Pull downs.
I’ve been reading articles here at T-Nation for some time now. My diet is pretty clean, mostly eggs, turkey, oatmeal, sweet pattatoes, protein shakes, chicken, brown rice, pasta, some steak, tuna, water, green tea, broccoli, cottage cheese, etc.
My routine before just involved incline bench, flat, weighted dips, military press, rows, and pull downs. Another thing is I have a slight case of pubertal gyno, and yes there is a gland, so I’m waiting on some nolva to get here to see if it will help.
The main muscle I want to get bigger is my chest, but I realize without other heavy lifts there is really no point. So I have come up with a new routine and I would like some advice, opinions, criticism, randomness, etc. Here it is:
Bench 4 x 8
Military Press 4 x 8
Rows 4 x 8
Squat 4 x 8
Dead lift 4 x 8
Lat Pull downs 4 x 8
Incline DB Bench 4 x 8
Weighted Dips 4 x 8
Seated Rows 4 x 8
The only supplement I take is whey after my workouts.
At my house I have access to a smith machine, dumbbell bench, dip stand and chin stand, and some barbells. At my job we have a regular flat BB bench, and a barbell. I tried to split it so that Monday I can workout at my job, and Wednesday and Friday at my house. So what do you guys think?