For awhile, I've been addicted to training Chest and Back together, with great results. So basically I can't separate them at this point, simply because I'm addicted..haha. I am following 5/3/1 for my main lifts, and doing some bodybuilding assistance work. This is what my current split looks like...
May add hang cleans or power cleans before squats, possibly box jumps
Day 1- 5/3/1 Squats, with SLDL, walking lunges, leg extensions, back raises.
Day 2- Chest/Back (5/3/1 Bench)
- DB rows, 4 sets of 10,10,8,6
-Incline DB press with pull ups (4 sets of 6-10 for press, and 10-12 reps for pull ups)
- Weighted Dips (may go back to doing another incline press) with Row variation for 4 sets of 8-10 reps
- cable crossovers or DB flies with pulldown variation for 4 sets of 10-12
Day 3- OFF
Day 4- 5/3/1 Deadlifts, Front Squats, Bulgarian split squats, leg curls or pull throughs
Day 5- 5/3/1 OHP with chins/weighted chins
- Close grip Incline (may change to flat close grip if I change weighted dips into another incline press on bench day.) with face pulls or another rear felt variation.
- BB/DB curls with Tricep pushdowns
- DB hammer curls with skullcrushers
- Bicep variation/Tricep variation
*Trap work is added, as well as abs and sprints
So my question is, does this split look okay? Should I change certain things up? Could I do arms on their own day and do shoulders on deadlift day? Or leave shoulders with arms?