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Bi's with Chest or Back; Tri's with Chest or Back

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Mini Forklift Ⓥ View Post
    Anybody train their arms 2 x week?..
    chest on monday am -triceps monday pm 10am/8pm
    back (all rows) tuesday am- bis tuesday pm 10am/8pm
    arms on friday-biceps 10am triceps 8pm
    back on saturday(all pull downs) 11pm

    the only reason i mention the times-- i make sure to get at least 3-4 30-45 minute naps during this time frame.. in addition to 7.5-8hrs of sleep on a nightly basis..
    its all uphill from here..

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Hardly Krishna View Post
      I do, separately on back and chest days, then usually together on shoulder day getting about 25% more volume that day.
      similar for myself only my pm workouts consist of volume and my designated arm day (friday) is heavy(er)
      its all uphill from here..

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      • #18
        I took the forth option. I don't like to train tris with chest or bis with back because they are weaker and fatigued after training the first muscle group. IMO it works better to (if you are going to pair them this way) train the smaller muscle group "first" so you have plenty of gas in the tank for the larger bodypart. An example of that would be the splits in a DoggCrap routine.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by H4TW View Post
          I took the forth option. I don't like to train tris with chest or bis with back because they are weaker and fatigued after training the first muscle group. IMO it works better to (if you are going to pair them this way) train the smaller muscle group "first" so you have plenty of gas in the tank for the larger bodypart. An example of that would be the splits in a DoggCrap routine.
          Mind posting one of those dc routines?

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          • #20
            still waitin on that routine there forum leader.

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            • #21
              back bies, chest tries

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              • #22
                chest tries, back bies

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                • #23
                  Back and Bi's Chest with Tri's. If it worked for Arnold, it's good enough for me.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Mini Forklift Ⓥ View Post
                    Anybody train their arms 2 x week?..
                    If I train bi's and tri's together then I train two times a week. Sometimes I devote a separate workout for each body part. I believe there are many ways to train, and often change it up.

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                    • #25
                      No one plan is the best plan.

                      Do what works, when it stops working evolve and do something else.


                      Are we not human?
                      Diversity is a code word for White Genocide

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                      • #26
                        ^GFR please stop acting like you know it all and stuff, it's annoying!

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                        • #27
                          I work biceps separately with abs, but I must admit, my biceps and forearms get sore from back work out alone, lol

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                          • #28
                            I have done both and many others have as well. The problem comes if you don't have enough rest. That said, I prefer and have the most success with a push-pull split, where back and biceps are trained, then pushing exercises like chest and triceps. So now the issue with delts. Rear delts with back or on day 2? I usually put them on day 2.
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                            • #29
                              I try to have a 2 day separation between a tri and chest workout.. People react diff. to what makes them grow faster

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                              • #30
                                I train back/bi's, chest/tri's then arms later in the week.
                                Jason
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