Recommend me a new routine v.3daysplit

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  1. RBales

    RBales New Member

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    First off, thanks to F&N for helping me get my shit in line. I stopped working out after I graduated high school (stopped playing hockey at a high level) but I started back up again about a year ago and I feel great. Right now my stats are at a pretty lean (I'd say probably 15% bf) 155-160 pounds (I'm 5'8"), which is a size I like. I was at 190 at probably the same bf % when I was playing in high school, and it took a lot of time to maintain those figures, time I don't have now that I'm about to write my senior thesis paper.

    Now, onto my routine. I've been doing a slow cut with the modified Bill Starr routine, which I love, but I feel that I've developed enough of a strong base to try some new stuff. I'm basically looking just to maintain size but continue to build strength.

    Also, I love doing all the big, compound lifts in the modified Starr, so I'd like to keep doing those, (maybe just add in a couple of isolation exercises?) and I'd like to keep the routine at a 3 day split (I can do four) because I like to do cardio (mainly hockey :bigthumb:)on the days I don't lift.

    As far as diet goes, I've pretty much got it locked down. I have weird reactions to whey (and I just prefer eating solid food) so I'm not taking any supplements, and I'd like to keep it that way. I usually get between 1800 and 2200 calories per day and always over my 160g of protein. Also, I eat EXTREMELY clean, so that's not an issue.

    Any advice F&N?

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    that looks pretty interesting, though it seems to be geared more toward competitive athletes and people looking to put on muscle mass, of which I am neither. The exercises are interesting though, compound like I wanted. Might have to give that one a try
     
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    That is what I'm on.
     
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    how do you like it? It looks both heavy and fast, which are two things i'm looking for in a routine
     
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