Right now I'm on sort of my own routine. It's mostly made up of basic compound movements so it's not like I'm doing 12897239 isolation exercises - here's just an example of a week. Chest/Tris or Back/Bis alternate between getting hit twice a week. For example, if I did chest/tris twice this week, I'd hit back/bis twice next week. Anyway: Monday - Chest/Tris BB Benchpress 5x5 working to 5RM Flat DB Flies, 10, 8, 6 CG Bench or Reverse CG Bench 10, 8, 6 Cable Flies, 10, 8, 6 Tuesday - Legs Squats 5x5 working to 5RM Standing Calf Raises 3x8 as heavy as possible Leg Press 5x5 or 3x8 as heavy as possible Seated Calf Raises 3x12 (6 inner, 6 outer) Wednesday - Back/Bis (Remember, this is alternately switched to M/F) Deadlifts, either 5x5 or work to a 3 or 1RM Standing Military Press, 10, 8, 6 Bent over BB row or Yates row, 10, 8, 6 as heavy as possible BB Shrugs 3x8 as heavy as possible or facepulls, 3x8 or 10, 8, 6 Spider Curls or EZBar Curls 10, 8, 6 (who cares, this one is just to hit bis directly) Thursday - Off Friday - Chest/Tris (Remember, this is alternately hit once on Wednesday) Incline BB or DB Benchpress, 5x5 if BB, 10, 8, 6 if DB Incline DB Flies, 10, 8, 6 Skullcrushers or Decline DB Nosebreakers Maybe cable flies, 10, 8, 6 Saturday - Legs (Light) Weighted BB Lunges 2x8 Standing Calf Raises 3x8 Seated Calf Raises 3x6 (6 inner, 6 outer) Some sort of hamstring work (but I'm afraid of teh goodmornings ) Sunday - Off Ab Work is thrown in M/W/F Anyway, I've made good gains on my current routine, obviously heavy compound movements are the base for the rest of the less important crap. I was studying up on the WSB routine (modified though) and I really like the idea of it, however my main concern is I don't have a place to do the conditioning type stuff. I live downtown here so I can't exactly flip tires or drag a sled (however, I've done lots of sled dragging during my football routine in HS). Should I stick with my current shit? Should I switch? I'm not a total n00b to lifting, but I took some time off and have only properly dieted in conjunction with proper training for around 6 months I was looking at the modified WSB because it's geared more towards beginners than the big guys.