Alright and I understand what you are saying. I wasnt trying to disprove your advice or anything of that nature. Also what is wrong with doing that three to four times a week?[/quote]
No problem at all, man. I didn’t think you were trying to disprove whatever. Just wanted to clarify my advice.
Doing those workouts, just as they were, for four sessions a week wouldn’t be very well balanced. For one thing, you’d be working arms every session, which would quickly get you burned out.
Another thing would be the lower body training. Doing four sessions a week and working legs in two of those sessions wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing, but the issue is tacking on squats and deads at the end of the workout, instead of giving them more proper attention.
As a general template, I’d suggest shooting for three training sessions a week, alternating the workout each time. One week it’s workout one on Monday and Friday, with workout two on Wednesday. The next week it’s workout two on Monday and Friday, with workout one on Wednesday.
I’d also consider tweaking the program like I suggested in the other thread (have a lower body exercise in each day, including a unilateral movement).
To condense the workouts a little more, you could drop the incline press. Hitting the flat bench and incline press and overhead press twice a week might get to be a bit much. But you can play it by ear.
Side note - The important thing is that you can adjust things as you go. You started this thread a few days ago. I’m hoping you got a workout in there somewhere, even though we’re all still discussing it.