is there anything wrong with doing legs/biceps the day after, or two days after back/shoulders?
my back/shoulders routine is so long that I would be there forever if i did biceps afterwards, it fits better with my legs routine. but i know that back indirectly hits biceps.
my biceps just don't feel like they get any exercise after a back routine. so is it alright to do them the next day or the day after? also I read that squats raise your testosteron(sp?) level, so that would help by biceps, and I want to put major size on in that area more so than any other.
I generally do:
and I get through that probably four times every three weeks, so I work out about four or five days a week.
There is nothing wrong with this routine, as I regularly train biceps the day after training back with no ill effects. I too find that doing biceps after back is almost useless.
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I also do biceps the day after my back cause it's a long ass back routine...Ive had good results doing this routine for that part of the week
Tues & Thurs:
forward dumbell raises
side dumbell raises
one arm dumbell rows
bent over dumbell flys
Wed & Fri:
Regular standing curl
Standing hammer curl
Deadlifts( I know its out of place but for some reason I get great results like this, proabably cause they concentrate on a diff. part of the back than the day before, stretching the parts I did work, also stretch my hams quite well)
Running up and down Steps with my pack on
Hand-eye co-ordination exersices