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    Training...am I lazy?
    People seem to think I am a complete sack of shit in the gym! They say I never train. Let me know if you think I need more sets or excercises.

    Chest day: flat bench 5x5
    Incline 3x6-8

    Back day: deadlift 5x5
    Pull-ups 3x10-15
    Rows 4x10

    Leg day: squats 5x5
    Front squats 3x6

    Shoulder day: shoulder press 5x5
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    Side delt raises 3x10

    No arm day.

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    u have alot of compound exersises thier which is fine. Ur also doing low reps so im assuming ur lifting heavy weights ? My advice would be to switch up the rep range 10-12 maybe throw in some isolation exersises aswell . Remember when u lift all u have to do is stimulate the muscle to make it grow if ur performing ur exersises with correct and good concentric/eccentric movements ull b fine .

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    doesn't look bad as long as you're going hard. where is your calf work though? that's one thing that needs to be isolated if nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diced View Post
    u have alot of compound exersises thier which is fine. Ur also doing low reps so im assuming ur lifting heavy weights ? My advice would be to switch up the rep range 10-12 maybe throw in some isolation exersises aswell . Remember when u lift all u have to do is stimulate the muscle to make it grow if ur performing ur exersises with correct and good concentric/eccentric movements ull b fine .
    I lift heavy. God awful heavy. I grow only when I hit new PRs regularly.

    I tell you, I seem to be making great gains. New PRs regularly. I just can't see 20 sets for chest being good for anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donjob View Post
    doesn't look bad as long as you're going hard. where is your calf work though? that's one thing that needs to be isolated if nothing else.
    I genetically have great calves. Big, cut, and vascular. I may hit them with abs once every two weeks or so. I have decent abs....but I attribute that to heavy deadlifting and squats plus a great diet.

    I suppose I was wondering if someone had any experience going from this "lazy" routine (or something like it) to a higher volume routine with any results.

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    I do 15-20 sets per bodypart. Sometimes 12 for bi's and tri's because they're smaller muscle group. About 8-12 reps.

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    Lazy is not going to the gym and sitting on your ass eating fast food. You're in the gym, making gains and seeing results right? Then dont worry about it! What works for some doesn't work for others. Don't care about what other people think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joliver View Post
    I genetically have great calves. Big, cut, and vascular. I may hit them with abs once every two weeks or so. I have decent abs....but I attribute that to heavy deadlifting and squats plus a great diet.

    I suppose I was wondering if someone had any experience going from this "lazy" routine (or something like it) to a higher volume routine with any results.
    very well then, same reason i hardly ever do abs. calves are another story for me though. hey if you're making gains no need to switch up your training routine now. keep at it brother

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    Looks good to me if its working for you stick to it only change it when you are no longer making progress

    CHEERS GT

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    Hey I say if ur growing who cares what ur routine looks like

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    Yes you're lazy. Get your shit together.

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    lazy bastard

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    As others have said, if you're making gains and setting PRs, why change. As you grow and get bigger, be on the look out for lagging body parts that you may want to give more attention to. You may find that down the road, you wish to add in more hamstring or arm work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose25 View Post
    Lazy is not going to the gym and sitting on your ass eating fast food. You're in the gym, making gains and seeing results right? Then dont worry about it! What works for some doesn't work for others. Don't care about what other people think.
    Great way to look at it. Just get the most out of what you are doing and stop worrying about what your not.

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