And what split sessions should we do?
Mark Rippetoe: That’s a lot of “shoulds” and your program is looking way too complicated. At the very least, you should start with squats and deadlifts as basic movements before adding anything else because these two lifts build so much foundational stuff it’s hard to overestimate their value.
For me personally, I always open with heavy squats and then perform heavy work (barbell or dumbbell press) followed by lighter squats followed by sumo deadlifts and then finally I bring in accessory exercises like pull-ups and curls. If you’re doing all this for time purposes, then stick to four days on/four days off weekly as long as you can eat enough to build muscle mass (you’ll be happy if you can’t). Otherwise, go with three days on/three days off every week using only the above mentioned lift build ups unless otherwise noted below.
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