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    Chest,Shoulder, and Triceps Together?

    On the schedule I am on, my chest/tricep day was missed. Would it be okay to combine chest, triceps, and shoulders all in one workout?

    If yes, what would be a balanced workout for the three body parts?
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    Originally Posted by troyboy4696 View Post
    On the schedule I am on, my chest/tricep day was missed. Would it be okay to combine chest, triceps, and shoulders all in one workout?

    If yes, what would be a balanced workout for the three body parts?
    it would be fine. i would do something like bench, shoulder press, and close grip bench. then add in isolation moves where you feel you are lacking

    bench hits ur delts and tris too indirectly

    shoulder press hits ur chest and tris too indirectly

    cbp is my favorite tri exercise.

    if you feel up to it do some weighted dips that hits all three indirectly
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    Originally Posted by troyboy4696 View Post
    On the schedule I am on, my chest/tricep day was missed. Would it be okay to combine chest, triceps, and shoulders all in one workout?

    If yes, what would be a balanced workout for the three body parts?
    I do a push workout on a regular basis. It goes a little something like this

    Seated db press 3x
    Barbell overhead press 2x
    Db incline bench 3x
    Flat db bench 2x
    Dips 3x
    Lateral raise 2x

    I personally go anywhere from 6 to 15 reps with 1-2 min rest in between sets. But that's up to you. Hope I helped somewhat
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    If you bench press, you are working out your shoulders/triceps/chest.


    Stick to compound movements and you'll get all 3 in 1 package.
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    Bench press: 200x3 ----225 x 5
    Parralel Box Squat: 215x5 (fml) -----300x5
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    Barbell Rows: 170x6 -----200 x 6
    Military Press: 110x8 ---- Whatever my bodyweight is for 1 rep
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