i found this on his website: MONDAY: Squats 5x5-10 Leg Extensions: 3x15 Stiff leg Deads 4x10 TUESDAY: Incline DB Press 4x6-10 switch BARBELL Weighted Dips 4x6-10 Cambered bar Skullcrushers 4x6-10 THURSDAY: Weighted Chins 3x4-6 BB Rows 3x6-8 Deadlifts 3x8-10 BB Curl 4x8-12 FRIDAY: Seated BB Press 3x6 Seated DB Press 2x8-10 Seated Calf Raise 2x15 Standing Calf Raise 2x10 i want to further bulk and need solid routine. i weight 80 kilos, 174cm height, 21 years old. i live in Poland. my maxes are: 105x3 kilos for bench, 160kilos for deadlift, 120kilos x8 for squat routine above looks good but i have few questions: 1) first of all - very important thing - what kind of progression should i use? staright sets with same wieght for every set and up weight when i do for example 10,10,10,10,10 even though in first few set i could do few more? or going to failure in every set in a given rep range and if i do more reps than needed in 1st set i willl adjust (up) weight in next set? 2) do you think this routine will be suitable for heavy bulking? i dont want to show any disrespect, but Im very young and maybe this volume is too low for me? 3) when it comes to warmup sets, do you do them? i think about sth like 1-2 sets 10/5 reps with 50%/75% of working weight before exercises like bench, deadlift, squat, overhead press. is that ok? and some exercise changes: 4) because of lack of equipment can i do 4x15 standing calve raises instead of bothseated and standing? 5) is it ok to replace incline dumbbell press with incline barbell press (30 degrees) - i dont have that heavy dumbbells? 6) is it okay to add few sets of lateral raises and leaning lateral raises to shoulder/calves day (after seated db press)? 7) i also wonder about adding FLAT BENCH PRESS as the first exercise on tuesday 3 sets x 6 reps. what do you think about it? but then i should probably also add some pulling exercise to back day..i dont know what to do in that case i think thats all + abs/forearms throwed in 1-2 times a week thank you kindly for your repsonse. and thank you for great posts on this forum. i've read many of them. all seem to be very sensible and informative.