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Upper/Lower How does this look?18709

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23 years old. 2.5 years experience.

Upper:
1) Bench Press: 4 sets/ 3-5 reps
2) DB incline : 3 sets/ 8-10 reps
3) Barbell Rows: 3 sets/ 5-8 reps
4) Pull-ups: 3 sets/ 8-12 reps
5) Seated cable rows: 3 sets/ 10-12 reps
6) Lateral Raises: 3 sets/ 10-12 reps
7) Face pulls: 3 sets/ 10-12 reps
8) Shrugs: 2 sets/ 10-12 reps
9) 4 sets of Triceps
10) 4 sets of biceps

Lower:
1) Squats or Deads (alternate)4 sets/ 5 reps
2) leg Press: 4 sets/ 10-12 reps
3) lunges: 3 sets/ 10-12 reps
4) Leg Curls: 3 sets/ 10-12 reps
5) Calf: 3 sets

How does this look? I feel like the volume on Upper Day is too much? I tried to put my own workout together using the "routine for dummies" forum. What do you guys think? Please help
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West165 private msg quote post Address this user
How many times per week are you doing this? I don't see any problems with it.
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acoble02 private msg quote post Address this user
Upper/lower/rest/upper/lower/rest/rest/repeat
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West165 private msg quote post Address this user
If you ever find that the upper day is too much, you could try PPL. But give your routine a try first.
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acoble02 private msg quote post Address this user
Alright thank you.
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Jsn3004 private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by eknight
muscle protein synthesis rates, which remain elevated 48-72 hours post-workout.


In this case I would just do Upper/Lower/Off/Repeat. Just my two cents.
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