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  1. I'm a huge fan of abbreviated routines and have for years, however I've only focused on the big six exercises (bench squat row deadlift press chins) which I made amazing gains on However, as an experiment due to lack of time (keyworker) and also wanting to switch up so I'm wanting to do 1 of 2 routines with 3 or 4 exercises. So for my full body will I be covered? Option 1 Squat (quads with some hams, and calves with plantoflexion) Bench (chest shoulder tri) Row (traps, rhomboids, lats, forearm, bicep, grip) 3x6-12 with 80% 1rm add weight when I get 3x12 Done twice a week Option 2 Day 1 Squat Row Day 2 Deadlift Bench press 3x6-12 with 80% 1rm add weight when I get 3x12 I feel option 1 would be better, but what do you think, I'm an average guy that isnt competing but I want to get stronger.
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