Back then Biceps. If you want to hit those arms a little harder, or harder (mentally) you can change your split and put arms on some day by themselves. You will appear to be stronger on the arms then, and be able to hit them with heavier weights. Truth is, they're just not exhausted from a back workout. I go back and forth with this type to mix it up. Other than that, "Ditto" on what everyone else has said.
dude i think its bad to do biceps on back day cause when you do back you work out your biceps a lot and you might over train. i kept hitting biceps and back on the same day really hard till my right arm began to shake uncontrolingly. so the best is to do chest-biceps back-triceps works good for me.
hmmm back bicep.. i use to do that till i figured my biceps aren't growing anymore.. so i got them with bicep/tricep... but i have a bigger problem i think i do my back/shoulders on the same day and i get exhausted by doing it.. i tend to one routain back one routain shoulder.. i switch basicaly
I believe that in the workout split I gave you, you were to work biceps either with chest or delts...
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