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Unread 2009-03-06, 05:22 PM   #42
Diamond Star
 
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DB bench - warm up 55, 70 x 10

80's- 1 x 10
85's - 1 x 8
95's - 1 x 8
80's - 1 x 10

DB incline -
65's - 2 x 10
70's - 2 x 8

Butterfly machine - 4 x 10 @ 110-120 lbs
Dips - 3 x 20 body weight, 2 x 8 with 45 hanging
Ball push ups - 3 x 20

Biceps

EZ curl bar - 3 x 8 - 35 lbs each side
EZ curl bar- 2 x 6 - 40 lbs each side
Preacher curl- 3 x 8 - 30 lbs each side
Various cable curls - 12 x 10 @ 45-50 - 1 arm
30 second bar holds? - 2 sets @ 45 lbs - Just hold the bar at half curl for 30 seconds
Why do you work your bi's on your chest day?

My old split was chest/tri, back/bi. Every 3 weeks or so I change it up. Then shoulders and legs on other days
Chest/bi really doesn't make any sense.

Why do you change every three weeks?

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"Any program takes time to work. If a person understands that in the beginning, and has complete trust in the program and its creator, that person will end up seeing results much faster than those who question everything and experiment too often."

Take-home lesson: Jump from program to program, diet to diet, and you'll always be the newbie. Pick a workout program, adopt a diet, and stick to it. Give any program enough time, and you'll see results
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Guess I should of stuck with my normal days, I just switched for the first time now, just to change it up. Guess I should switch back haha.
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