Thank you for the advice, I will tweak the workout a bit more to incorporate what is needed and repost to see if it is betterNatty or enhanced it doesn’t matter, the same principles apply. Your pull examples don’t look bad but where is the pull from the floor? With example A, you don’t need 2 rear delt dominant exercises. How I think it makes most sense to structure your pull sessions is something like this.
-barbell row (if erectors aren’t trashed)
If erectors end up impeding your ability to stabilize a barbell or tbar row than continue below.
-1 arm DB row
-pulldown or chin
-rear delt row or pull
2 working sets per exercise, one in a lower rep range and the next in a higher rep range. Log it, progress it, grow. Growing or dieting down you’re training shouldn’t change at all, the only thing that would change eventually is volume. You could possibly add one more row type exercise if you don’t barbell row, up to you and how you’re able to recover from it.
Deadlifts go on back day unless it’s an RDL than it’s arguable.
If thats the case youre training too much man. Once you feel like you've done enough then chances are that you have.Yea I work out really hard and put everything I have into every working set and lately I feel like I am over working myself because by the second exercise is finished I can barely breath and have to force myself through the rest
Twice a weekYea I need to cut back a bit and get the ideal plan before I start my first cycle . I am not sure if you have any advice on this but I am planning to do 400mg of test cyp only once a week and was wondering if it is better to pin once or twice a week or if it makes a difference ?
Do some googling and find some different programs and see what works for you! Try a few different things and keep what works and throw away what doesn't. Look into the Doggcrapp (DC style) training program. It is a very good program. I dont design any programs for anyone that I cant monitor in person as individuals vary so much in terms of what works for them and what doesn't.Okay makes sense , thanks a lot . Any ideas of a good PPL for 6 days a week to be using when I start ?