Workout: there is a bit of weakness. After

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Workout:

Justin Compton is a professional Body Builder who has won
many NPC 1st place titles. As he competes against the competitors of
the different countries, it is necessary for him to push his limits and work intensely
hard in order to achieve his desired and dream physique. Justin Compton works
out for 7 days in a week in which he lifts heavy weights to gain more power.

Justin Compton loves to combine his exercise sets because he
thinks that this can lead his body towards gaining more muscle mass. Justin
Compton has his own drop sets which allow him to work out more intensely throughout
the training.

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Workout
Plan throughout the week:

·        
Monday: Quads And
Hams

·        
Tuesday: Chest

·        
Wednesday: Back

·        
Thursday: Shoulders

·        
Friday: Arms

·        
Saturday: Chest

·        
Sunday: Back

Justin Compton works extremely hard in those areas of his
body where he feels there is a bit of weakness. After some competitions, he
started to focus on the flaws in his body and as a result of that, he found
that there is a lot more hard work to be done in his Chest and Back.

He got inspired by a well known body builder “Tom Platz”
after watching his workout plans and immediately changed his work out reps and
sets in accordance with him. He started to do 4 to 6 reps in first chest activity
set and then 15 to 20 reps in the next set. This transformation in this work
out allowed him to see improvement in his physique, as his body began to get
better by time.

Back was the 2nd part of his body in which he was
lacking so Justin Compton started to work out harder on it as well. He started
doing more pulling movements in the first workout instead of rowing movements
and for the second he just reverses it. This plan worked for him and you can
the kind of back he was now.

Workout Routine:

Chest:

·        
Hammer
Strength Incline Press: (3 sets of 4 to 6 or 15 to 20 reps)

·        
Smith
Machine Flat Bench Press: (3 sets of 4 to 6 or 15 to 20 reps)

·        
Pec Deck: (3 sets
of 4 to 6 or 15 to 20 reps)

·        
Weighted
Dips: (3 sets of 4 to 6 or 15 to 20 reps)

Back:

·        
Lat Pull
downs: (3 sets of 10 to 15 reps)

·        
Close-grip
Pull downs: (3 sets of 10 to 15 reps)

·        
Cable
Rows: (3 sets of 10 to 15 reps)

·        
One-arm
Machine Rows: (3 sets of 10 to 15 reps)

·        
Barbell
Rows: (3 sets of 6 to 8 reps)

 

Shoulder:

·        
Reverse
Pec Deck: (3 sets of 15 to 20 reps)

·        
Bent-over
Rear Laterals: (3 sets of 15 to 20 reps)

·        
Dumbbell
Lateral Raises: (15 reps down to 3 to 5 reps)

·        
Hammer
Strength Shoulder Press: (3 sets of 10 to 12 reps)

ARMS:

Biceps:

·        
One-arm
Machine Preacher Curls: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

·        
Barbell
Curls: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

·        
Incline
Dumbbell Curls: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

·        
Rope
Hammer Curls: (3 sets of 15, 15, 12 reps respectively)

Triceps:

·        
Cable
Pushdowns: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

·        
One-arm
Rope Pushdowns: One second flex at top of each rep

·        
Machine
Dips: (3 sets of 10 to 15 reps)

·        
Overhead
Extensions, Dumbbell or EZ bar: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

·        
Reverse-grip
Skull-crushers: (3 sets of 12, 12, 10 reps respectively)

Legs:

·        
Leg
Extensions: (3 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

·        
Hack
Squats: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

·        
Leg
Press: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

·        
Seated
Leg Curls: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

·        
Reverse
Hack Squats: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

·        
Lying
Leg Curls: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)

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