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r1ch37 private msg quote post Address this user
My friend has send a full body routine, since I've been lifting for quite a while but stopped, and now I'm starting over again. The thing is I don't know if it's just me but I don't think this routine is well balanced but I can't judge since I'm not an expert. so if someone could check it for me then I will be really gratefull, cause I don't want to fuck up my body.


Monday

Exercise Sets Reps
Squat 3 6-15
Bench Press 3 6-10
Pull Up or Lat Pull Down 3 6-12
Leg Curl 3 8-15
Upright Row 2 6-10
Skullcrusher 2 6-10
Barbell Curl 2 6-12
Barbell Shrug 2 8-15
Ab Exercise 2 10-25

Wednesday
Exercise Sets Reps
Deadlift 3* 5-10
Leg Extension 3 8-15
Dumbbell Bench Press 3 6-10
Seated Barbell Press 3 6-10
Seated Calf Raise 2 10-20
Cable Tricep Extension 2 6-12
Concentration Curl 2 6-12
Rear Lateral 2 8-15
Ab Exercise 2 10-25

Friday
Exercise Sets Reps
Leg Press 3 10-20
Barbell Row 3 6-10
Romanian Deadlift 2 6-10
Incline Bench Press 3 6-10
Side Lateral 2 8-15
Close Grip Bench Press 3 6-10
Pinwheel Curl 2 6-12
Dumbbell Shrug 2 8-15
Ab Exercise 2 10-25
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mikew private msg quote post Address this user
Max lifts, age, goals? Looking to compete?

My sense is that you can reduce & simplify the exercises.

But I would scrap this routine altogether for a routine that focuses on compound lifts with progressive overload... and was designed by a professional.
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Beans private msg quote post Address this user
Agree with @mikew, the routine looks to be all over the place, I can't even find a strategy reading through it. For full body, less is more.
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Trev182 private msg quote post Address this user
Advice with the routine?

If its as sporadic as its written above, simple....

Don't do it.
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r1ch37 private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by mikew
Max lifts, age, goals? Looking to compete?

My sense is that you can reduce & simplify the exercises.

But I would scrap this routine altogether for a routine that focuses on compound lifts with progressive overload... and was designed by a professional.


age-22, max lifts, 210 kgs squat, 130kgs bench, 170 deadlift, goals fat loss/maintain muscle.

Found out my friend found it on this site (the last routine)
http://www.muscleandstrength.com/articles/forget-steroids-5-fullbody-workouts-for-serious-gains.html

To be quite honest the site doesn't look that legit.
If you have any other suggestion for a routine that is for fat loss and maintaining muscle that is full body I would love to read it


PS: I've read your comment about the George Foreman Grill, best investment ever thanks for that
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fsalas2006 private msg quote post Address this user
Hi,

If your goal is to reduce bodyfat and increase or maintain muscle, I recommend you to look for HIIT. Below you may see a couple of really good articles. The 2nd one mix calisthenics with HIIT

Fit with HIIT

and

High Intensity Training
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SOLARSUPLEX private msg quote post Address this user
You cannot gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Gtfo
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Beans private msg quote post Address this user
Fat loss has to do with diet, not the routine. I honestly don't know of any full body routines, but I'm a big fan of Push/Pull/Legs.
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r1ch37 private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by SOLARSUPLEX
You cannot gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Gtfo


dude maintain not gain, I'm not that stupid, plus I'm pretty big enough as it is.
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fsalas2006 private msg quote post Address this user
I agree with Beans… if you want to lose fat you need to diet…

Psychofitness.net
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