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    Looking for advice on DAREBEE built route.

    I am still early into strength buidling, didn't want to go past level 3 just yet. I am not sure if this is a balanced routine or not enough.

    https://darebee.com/workouts/hardgainer-workout.html
    https://darebee.com/workouts/easy-abs-workout.html
    https://darebee.com/workouts/brute-legday-workout.html

    I was thinking of doing Hard Gainer (Mon), Abs (Tue), Leg Day (Wed), Abs (Thursday), Abs (Friday), Rest Days (Sat & Sun).
    Is doing Hard Gainer and Leg Day twice a week too much? if not, any advice on how to restructure weekly workout routine.

    Thank you to all who can provide feedback.

    #2
    Hi

    I believe you can do abs everyday. There is the Total Abs program and a bunch of abs related 30-day challenges you can try.
    I am not familiar with dumbbells although I have done upperbody workouts with them for a few times. From what I know, for the same muscle group you are supposed to train it just once or twice a week.

    Oh you can check out the Training Plans section:
    https://darebee.com/training-plans.html

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      #3
      Turnbuckle , If you have a look into the kandy's link, you'll realize that your plan is quite similar to "Knight plan".

      You've dozens of workouts to combine, so you don't need stick doing only three different. (Read this last as an other user's comment, not as an advice)

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        #4
        Originally posted by Cabriel View Post
        Turnbuckle , If you have a look into the kandy's link, you'll realize that your plan is quite similar to "Knight plan".

        You've dozens of workouts to combine, so you don't need stick doing only three different. (Read this last as an other user's comment, not as an advice)
        So the Knight Plan has strength workouts for days 1,3 and 5, with the rest being rests. How does a combination of these 2 sound on those days https://darebee.com/workouts/jacked-workout.html and https://darebee.com/workouts/micro-shred-workout.html with an aditional workout added to the end of JACKED being Calf-raises into Shoulder Shrugs (12, 10, 8, 6) so the calves and shoulders get that little extra they need?

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          #5
          Cabriel kandy Also, thank you both for the info and input.

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