Routine thread?

Routine thread
Yo brothers critique my routine, any help is appreciated. My goal with this is a sort of powerbuilding program with a focus on building the deadlift and the barbell row. My main doubt is whether this amount of deadlifts and rack pulls is too much or too little. Also, i am a beginner and i can only workout in these days. 5 lbs is added after each session.

Squat 5x5
Deadlift 3x5
Front squat 3x10
Traps 4x10
Calves 4x10
Neck 4x10
Abs 4x10

Barbell row 5x5
Bench press 5x5
Yates row 4x10
Dips 4x10
Shoulder 4x10
Biceps 3x10
Triceps 3x10

Squat 5x5
Rack pull 3x5
Front squat 3x10
Traps 4x10
Calves 4x10
Neck 4x10
Abs 4x10

Barbell row 5x5
OHP 5x5
Yates row 4x10
Dips 4x10
Shoulder 4x10
Biceps 3x10
Triceps 3x10

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>3x5 deadlifts
>expects to make it

Put 5x5 deadlifts as your first lift on Thursday

>Warm-up: 2x10 close-grip chin-ups, light pendlay rows


>2x5, 1x5+ Bench
>2x10-15 DB Hammer Curls
>2x5, 1x5+ Front Squat
>2x5, 1x5+ Close-grip Bench [EXTRA, IF FEEL GOOD]
>2x12 Leg Raises to The Bar

>2x5, 1x5+ OHP
>2x6-8 Weighted Close-grip Chin-ups
>2x6-8 Pendlay Row
>1x5+ Diddly
>2x12 Leg Raises to The Bar

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Skip leg day it’s a meme.

Solid advice, Thanks!!

Started working out with a female friend. She wants to do the same exercises as me, but I've been lifting for a few years and it's probably not good for her to do the same stuff. She's not overweight or anything, but she's really weak, like only 1 pushup weak. How the fuck do I make a routine for this, I don't ever remember a time in my life when I was this weak.

I'm running a 4 day bastard version of Phrak's GSLP

2x5, 1x5+ Bench Press
2x5, 1x5+ Barbell Row
2x5, 1x5+ Squat
3x10 Barbell Curl

2x5, 1x5+ Military Press
2x5, 1x5+ Pull-up
1x5+ Deadlift
3x10 Skullcrusher

Instead of adding 1kg to upper body lifts and 2kg to lower body lifts. I just add 2,5kg to all lifts every week (but if i hit more than 10 reps on the last set I add the weight in the next workout). I also do a casual ab circuit on rest days that consist of 3 rounds of 20 crunches, leg raises, v-ups, sit-ups and reverse crunches.

Well, you could refer her to the reddit recommended bodyweight routine, it's a really good program, and once she has a baseline strength she could move on to working with weights.

heavy upper
light lower
light upper
heavy lower
fullbody 3 times a week heavy light medium?

Just do PHUL if you have the time to do it

Which day do you do 8 hour arms on?

post body and lifts

>bench 3x5
>squat 3x5
>DL 3x5
>pullup 3x5
each twice a week

How suicidal I am on scale from 1 to 5?
Only did the first day so far

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how does this look?

A: Back + Biceps
BB Row 3x12
Lat Pull Down 3x12
Cable Row 3x15
DB Row 3x15
T Bar Row 3x12
Reverse Grip Lat Pull Down 3x12
Standing Lat Pulldown 3x15
BB Curls 3x12
DB Curls 3x12
Spider curls 3x12
Concentration curls 3x8
Barbell Reverse Wrist Curl 3x25
Cable Reverse Curl 3x20
BB Wrist curl 3x25

B: Chest + Triceps
BB Incline Bench 3x12
DB Flys Incline Bench 3x15
DB Press Incline Bench 3x12
BB Decline Bench 3x12
DB Flys Decline Bench 3x15
DB Press Decline Bench 3x12
Cable flies 3x20
DB Pull overs 3x12
Close Grip Bench Press 3x12
EZ-Bar Skullcrusher 3x12
Seated Triceps Press 3x15
Rope pulldowns 3x15
Tricep pushdowns with T bar 3x15

C: Shoulder + Legs
Squats 3x12
Leg raises 3x15
Hamstring curl 3x15
Calf raises 3x20
Leg press 3x12-15
DB Shoulder Press 3x12
OHP 3x8
DB Front raises 3x15
DB Rear delt flys 3x12
BB Upright rows 3x15

Are you on it already?

not yet. i found it on the archives. i'm curious as to what people think.

it's kys/10

Any good routines I should follow that don't involve squats and deadlifts? I'm going to be honest with you guys I hate being in the squat/deadlift area cause I always think I'm doing them in bad form even after watching 100s of videos of them and don't like it when people watch.

I just want to look good.

Most of them don't know shit about good form too.

And this ?

Got me to 2/3/4/5
>5'10, 190lbs

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I'm trying some RTS inspired stuff. I only train twice a week so I always try to achieve a lot of fatigue.
I always do lifts with a given weight I can do for 3-7 reps for main lifts and 5-15 reps for assistance work. I warm up and do my top set one rep shy of failure. After that I deload the weight by approx 15% and keep on doing sets with the same amount of reps as my first set and 1-3 mins of rest inbetween until the the last rep feels as hard as the first set, 15% fatigue achieved. For some exercises, like chinups, dips and other bodyweight stuff I instead do my first set one rep shy of failure and just do 85% the amount of reps for the following sets.

>Main Lifts

>Main Lifts

I always do the same for bodyweight stuff and assistance work.
>Bodyweight Stuff
Chinups supersetted with Dips
>Assitance Lifts
Curls supersetted with Overhead Triceps Extension
DB Rows

Feel like I'm doing way more volume than I did before on other routines, despite the low reps. It's not unusual for me to do like 6-8 sets including the first top set. Let's see if this will net any long term gains though.