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Hey Everyone!!!!!


Wow, it's been TOO long since I posted something on this site! I've missed u all! How was the Vegan Vacation? I really wanted to go, but I couldn't miss class and work.

I start Nursing school this Wednesday... yikes! Due to the fact that school, work, and studying are all very time consuming, I'm thinking of changing my workout scheme to full-body 3-4 days a week instead of doing a 5 day split routine. (Plus, I've stopped seeing much progress and have had a string of injuries within a short amount of time... not good!). Here's the routing I'm thinking of:


Day 1: 5 sets x 6 reps, 120sec rest

-Narrow Free Bar Squats

-Flat Bench Press

-Conventional DL's

-Free Bar Military Press

-Pull-ups or Lat Pull-down


Day 2: 2-3 sets x 15 reps, 30 sec rest

-Romanian DLs

-Flat DB Bench

-Static Free Bar Lunges

-Seated Cable Row

-Incline Curls [Hammers?]

-Lying Triceps Ext


Day 3: 3 sets x 10 reps, 60sec rest

-Free bar Sumo Squats

-Incline DB Chest Press

-Reverse Lunges

-Supinated BB Rows

-DB Press (standing)

-Supinated Lat Pulldown


Any thoughts? On my "off" days, I'll do some abs and a bit of jump roping (my new passion... it's a blast!!!!).



Hope everyone is doing well!!!!!



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Do u find Full-Body workouts to be beneficial? I never really got great results from them, but I thought it would be a good way to "shock" my muscles. Would an Upper/Lower split be a better option?





-Pull-ups or Lat Pull-downs


-Incline DB Chest Press

-DB or Cable Flyes

-Military Press

-DB Laterals

-Biceps Curls (either free bar or Incline DB)

-Narrow Bench Press



-Unilateral Leg Press with high foot placement

-Deadlifts (either SLDL or regular)

-Squats (either narrow or sumo)


-Add/abd work


Then do abs/core and light cardio on my off days.


Too many options!!!!! urgh

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