Total body routines?

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  1. Alt+F4

    Alt+F4 official OT hockey stud

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    Holy shit, I'm back. Well, not really. Only just to use you for information like the interweb sluts you all are.

    I just got a new job where I have to be there at 7, and it's an hour away. So there goes mornings at the gym. And I'm also going back to school fulltime, which takes away two entire nights, leaving me with three weeknights and the weekend to lift.

    Curious if a full body routine is the way to go. Still looking to gain weight, hopefully get to 210 over the winter, waistline be damned. Would like to get back to deadlifts, haven't done those in a year. And squats are also a requisite, I want to hit 315 before I die even though my knees hate it.

    Found one ok routine on tmag but not quite what I was looking for. Anyone have any heavy-lifting full body routines? Is Gogz still around?
     
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    3 weeknights and the weekend isnt enough for a regular routine?
     
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    Alt+F4 official OT hockey stud

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    Maybe I should more specific. That's five days TOPS...I can never guarantee the weekend will be available and don't want to get into a 5-day routine. I'd prefer 3-days...that I can commit to.
     
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    run a 4-day

    1. Chest/Tri
    2. Legs
    3. Back/Bi's
    4. Delts/Abs
     
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    Ok well, there is always the traditional 3x3 type program then there is coach Joe Kenn's Tier System which I feel is one of the best total training methods for abreviated and in season protocols.


    Do some reading about it here: http://bighouse77.tripod.com/

    or do a search for Joe Kenn and buy his book.
     
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