first of all, thank you for all of your responses, i have read them and will incorporate the ideas that i like. sorry that i was not here to provide you all more information more quickly, i have been busy as of late.
i have a fluid routine. i don’t like to live my life according to that which is bound or fixed, so naturally my training fluctuates from week to week.
i start the week doing mostly rowing movements for my back. after this workout i train my biceps to failure, which i can feel, and perform with great confidence and mental power.
on the following day, i will go in and do chest and triceps. currently, my triceps routine consists of skullcrushers on a decline bench, narrow grip bench press, and some form of a pull down. when i use light weight on the skullcrushers i feel as if i could do them for days and days. i.e. i feel nothing when i go heavy i feel as if my shoulders and pecs do too much work. i’m using a contorted bar, with a very narrow grip while performing the SC’ers. i stay away from dips because it tends to aggravate my shoulder. FWIW i’m still recovering from tendinosis.
i might take a day off here
then it’s time for my favorite kind of training day, leg day. i start with back squats, depending on how i feel i might throw in three sets of front squats and overhead also.
i have another back day here usually, on this day i focus on pull ups or pull downs. i start out by deadlifting as much weight as i can, for as long as i possible can. i will throw in some weighted pull ups/reverse grip pull downs/pull downs using various grips.
i can’t workout my shoulders using traditional movements without feeling some degree of pain so i have been neglecting them, unfortunately
i work abs on days that i have the energy left to do so
i know this is not a “professional” routine, or even a “smart” routine, i don’t know that much honestly. please feel free to critique whatever you think i need to be aware of. i want to learn how to be the biggest, baddest, strongest man i can