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A commonly used three day routine is: 1st day - Chest and Triceps 2nd day - Legs and shoulders 3rd day - Back and Biceps Abs - Do abs whenever you can, they aren't like other muscle groups and don't require as much recovery time. Some people even say you can work them out everyday, you might want to consider doing abs Tuesday and Thursday or whenever you ...


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Ditch your routine and go with the Starting Strength program. It will be much more effective in the short and long term. Buy the book. Follow the program. Become strong and powerful. You're wasting time doing isolation exercises, missing out on hormone bumps that come from compound lifts, getting yourself out of muscular balance, not on any kind of ...


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There's nothing wrong with the order of exercises you're currently performing. However, to avoid a training plateau, you should consider changing up your routine on a regular basis. Typically, that's every 6 to 8 weeks. For example, as you've asked, perform all chest exercises first, then biceps. Or, perform biceps first, then chest. You should base it ...



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