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    Advanced Routine

    Been lifting for 5 years. For the past 2 years, I have been designing my own routines. I got pretty bored of em.

    Any recommendation? I am only caring about hypertrophy, not strength
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    Advanced programming is very individual and specific so a cookie-cutter program isn't going to cut it.

    But you already knew that.
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    True. I guess I should say that I am trying to get bigger arms. At this point, gains are already hard to come by. So instead of trying to gain overall mass, I am trying to fix weak body parts such as my arms and interesting routines that keep me lifting consistently of course.
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    Iam with Tolerant on this. I can't see any proper photos on your profile, nor do I have any strength numbers to give me an indication of how advanced you are. But if you truly are at an advanced level, then you're probably going to have to custom build something based on your strength levels, recovery, volume requirements, what exercises work well for you etc etc and fitting that in with a frequency-volume-intensity balance which works to bring up these weaker parts.
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    OP, not saying this applies to you but there's a diff between lifting 5 years and being advanced. If you give an idea of how you've been lifting (current/recent routines) and your lifts, people may be able to make suggestions on how you can adjust it based on your desire to increase arm size, or suggest a different program.
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    10 sets per body part per workout. Do that twice per week. 3days on 1 day off schedule is what I like. Push/pull/legs, or chest&arms/legs/shoulders&back, or chest&back /legs/shoulder&arms are all good ways to split up training imo.
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    After 5 years of progressive training you’re pretty much done. I’m doing f5 ulppl and I like it. There are also specialization cycles that some ppl swear by.
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