Chest & back are great to work together, as they compliment and stretch each other out. I usually do shoulders and upper arms the same day as well, and have a separate day dedicated entirely to the entire leg – quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. To really see results, leg training requires a lot of work.
Its a big NO. You can do it. The key point to remember is as follows. 1. If you are doing leg exercises, you can't do chest or back exercises, Doing triceps, biceps, .
Your muscles need a day off between workouts, and while two to three days per week. If you want to improve your arms and legs, a three-day routine is perfect, allowing. You can set it up any way you like so long as you don't work the same
Most lifters love training arms & hate training legs. Get the. If you have ever skipped leg day to just â€œhit a few sets of curls, broâ€ then you need a new strategy.