After having read a new thread about how the body adapts and remembering how I used to train, I think I'm going to take a new (or old) approach to my training. I used to do my entire workout (which wasn't very good) every other day (same parts every other day) and after a while I adapted beautifully. I was probably stronger two years ago than I am now (which is significant considering I'm only fifteen). However, I've added a LOT of exercises to my workout and I'm concerned as to how long it will take and whether I'll have enough energy to do it all in one day. I was planning on doing four sets of four reps each with the following exercises (in this order): deadlift, squat, DB press, DB curl, hammer curl, DB fly, skullcrusher, military press, shrug. I don't know what I should do to warm up so I'm not too tired by the time I even start the real workout. Should I just do one set of four on a low weight and then three sets of four on the higher weight? Nine exercises in a single day. Crazy, brilliant, or just plain stupid? I think I'll give it a try and see how it goes, but I'm interested in your feedback.