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5 Day a Week Bodybuilding Workout
Ok, so you want to workout 5 days a week, most likely that's Monday through Friday and taking the weekend off. This being the case what kind of split should you use and which muscle groups should you train on what days?
I think the best workout to use for a 5 day a week bodybuilding routine is to do one muscle group a day training, by just concentrating on only one body part in a workout but hitting it with a high volume of different exercises for a total of 12, 15, 20 or even more sets then give that muscle group a full week to recover and grow bigger and stronger.
This type of training isn't for everyone, it's not for beginners and it isn't for a skinny guy who first needs to build a foundation of mass. But if you are at least an intermediate who has already built a good solid physique, this routine may be just what you need to take your body to the next level.
Here is what I recommend:
On Monday work your chest, do flat bench press, incline bench press, pec deck or dumbbell flys, dips, etc.
On Tuesday work your back, do chin ups, barbell rows, lat machine pulldowns, pullovers, one arm dumbbell rows, etc.
On Wednesday work your Legs, do squats, leg press, leg extension, leg curl, standing calf raise, seated calf raise, etc.
On Thursday work your Shoulders, do barbell press, dumbbell presses, upright rows, dumbbell lateral raise, rear dumbbell lateral raise, etc.
On Friday work your arms, do barbell curls, dumbbell curls, reverse curls, hammer curls, triceps pushdowns, overheard triceps extensions, skull crushers, dumbbell kickbacks, etc.
You should be able to complete each workout in under and hour, if not you’re taking too much rest between sets.
Enjoy the weekend off but don't wreck all that good work you did during the week by drinking to excess, doing drugs or getting no sleep.
Try my suggestions for the 5 day bodybuilding workout routine above and let me know how it goes.
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