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    Changing workout routine

    Hi people, new to the forum. I am 19 year old male weighing 160 lbs. Currently my workout routine is:-

    Monday - Chest and triceps

    Tuesday - Back and biceps

    Wednesday - Shoulder and legs

    Repeat

    I have made nice gains with this routine in last one year but now i find it difficult to cover all exercises in time. I am thinking to train one muscle once a week. Will i be able to make gains with this new routine considering i was making nice gains with old routine?

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    you might want to post this on the main forum man, this is the source section. i can move it for you just let me know
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesmi View Post
    you might want to post this on the main forum man, this is the source section. i can move it for you just let me know
    Yes please. Thanks

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    you really want to make switches every 6-8 weeks to shock your body whether its the body parts you are doing on certain days, the types of lifting whether it be more based on heavier weights lower reps, or higher reps less weight, super sets, etc... everyone is different on what and how they respond so you have never ending trial and error throughout your life to see what works at that point in your life etc...

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    shoulders and legs would be a hellish day if you are training them to failure...which you should be. I'd add another day for legs.

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    Why not just add another day a week of lifting to get everything done more reasonably.
    Last edited by P0N; 07-18-2019 at 12:34 PM.

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    Are you making your own program? Why not look into a program that best fits your needs? There are plenty that have been tried and tested. DC training, 531, Ibodybuilder, just figure out what goals you want and pick one that fits that. Then, changing might be necessary if you plateau, but many people like Ronnie Coleman did the same program their entire lifting career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siddhanthudda View Post
    Hi people, new to the forum. I am 19 year old male weighing 160 lbs. Currently my workout routine is:-

    Monday - Chest and triceps

    Tuesday - Back and biceps

    Wednesday - Shoulder and legs

    Repeat

    I have made nice gains with this routine in last one year but now i find it difficult to cover all exercises in time. I am thinking to train one muscle once a week. Will i be able to make gains with this new routine considering i was making nice gains with old routine?
    Or you could just ignore the whole 7 day week thing. Make it an 8, 9 or 10 day week.

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    Similar to my routine except mine is :

    Chest Biceps
    Back Legs
    Shoulders Triceps

    My leg workout is not what it used to be now that I'm older. I don't do squats anymore so I don't have to dedicate an entire day to legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siddhanthudda View Post
    Hi people, new to the forum. I am 19 year old male weighing 160 lbs. Currently my workout routine is:-

    Monday - Chest and triceps

    Tuesday - Back and biceps

    Wednesday - Shoulder and legs

    Repeat

    I have made nice gains with this routine in last one year but now i find it difficult to cover all exercises in time. I am thinking to train one muscle once a week. Will i be able to make gains with this new routine considering i was making nice gains with old routine?
    I'd add an extra day to separate legs and shoulders, but that's me. I personally cant imagine adding anything to leg day. Its tough as it is just to get legs done. That should be your toughest workout, given the largest muscle groups and fatigue factor

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