Side raises 3x8-12
Behind neck presses 3x10-15
Pulldowns to front 3x10-15
Pulldowns to back 3x10-15
Cable rows 3x10-15
Leg extensions 3x10-12
Leying leg curls 3x10-15
one legged leg entensions 3x8
you have EIGHT exercises for chest @ approximately 200 reps..
(WAY too many)
you only have two exercises for your shoulders. (and NEVER do anything behind you head: There isn't any added benefit and only places rotators in bad position)
and basically 2 exercises for your back..which is one of the largest muscle groups on your body. (the tothe front and to the rears are basically same exercise, slightly different angles)
If you can't 'kill' the muscle group with 3 exercises or less, you aren't going intensly enough. You are overtraining one part of your body and not taking care of anough business w/ the rest.
in other words: the workout sucks. Goback to basics. Not to be mean, but you have been on the boads long enough to know this. And now you are trying to give bad advice to someone else...
I know....jr. high/ high school: "hey..how much can u bench, dude?"
you want to help your friend? teach him right.
- limit to 3 exercises for chest
- add either bicep or tricep w/ chest
(do the other bi or tri day w/ either delt or back day)
For back: do a pull up/pull down exercise; rowing exercise, and lower back
Delts: prefer to do you presses first; lat raises will pre-fatigue your delts, presses will suffer, add somethinig in for rear delts
legs: maybe calfs instead of 2nd leg extension exercise.
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