Chad Waterburry's total body training (http://www.t-nation.com/findArticle.do?article=04-073-training). I forgot how much I love the feeling of doing a total body workout! Much more than the upper/lower routine I was on. Here's how it works: You do 6 exercises per session (4 compound, 2 isolation) choosing exercises that hit all major muscle groups. It's set up as a mon-wed-fri program Week 1: 3x5, 3x8, 2x12 Week 2: same, but to antagonistic movements for each set Week 3: 4x5, 4x8, 3x12 Week 4: same as last w/ antag Week 5: 2x18, 2x8, 2x12 Week 6: antagonistic Week 7: 3x18, 3x8, 3x12 Week 8: antagonistic Here's the list of exercises he recommends: Compound ExercisesChest: Incline, flat, decline barbell or dumbbell bench presses. Wide-grip dips. Back: Upright or horizontal rows. Pull-ups or pulldowns with pronated, semi-supinated, and supinated grips. Deltoids: Standing or seated military presses with a barbell or dumbbells utilizing pronated, semi-supinated or supinated hand positions. Quads: High-bar full barbell squats, hack squats or front squats. Lower Back/Hips: Traditional and/or sumo-style deadlifts or Good Mornings. Power cleans or snatches. Single-Joint ExercisesBiceps: Barbell curls, hammer curls or preacher curls. Triceps: Lying barbell or dumbbell triceps extensions, and pronated or supinated grip pressdowns. Deltoids: Front, side or rear dumbbell raises. Hamstrings: Glute-ham raises or leg curls. Calves: Standing, seated or donkey calf raises. Stick to the above list of exercises for optimal results. So last night I did full squats, power cleans, jerks, incline bench, situps on the GHR, and curls. I was wasted by the end! We'll see if I survive the 2 months... Anyone else here do this routine?