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What workout is best for your goal?
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If you're unable to perform particular exercises due to equipment/injury issues you'll need to incorporate similar alternative exercises, the exercises I've listed are in accordance with my personal preferences.

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Beginner D1:

Bench press
Tricep pressdowns
Cable side lateral raises

Beginner D2:

Chin-ups
Chest-supported rows
Lying cable curls

Beginner D3:

Front squats
Romanian deadlifts
Standing calf raises

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Intermediate D1:

Dips
Incline bench press
Triceps prushdowns
Cable side lateral raises

Intermediate D2:

Chin-ups
Pull-ups
Chest-supported rows
Lying cable curls

Intermediate D3:

Front squats
Romanian deadlifts
Leg extensions
Leg curls
Standing calf raises

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Advanced D1:

Dips
Incline bench press
Flat dumbbell flyes
Tricep pressdowns
Cable side lateral raises

Advanced D2:

Chin-ups
Pull-ups
Chest-supported rows
Prone Y raises
Lying cable curls

Advanced D3:

Front squats
Romanian deadlifts
Hack squats
Hyperextensions
Leg extensions
Leg curls
Standing calf raises
Seated calf raises

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Pick a 10RM and perform 3-5 sets to failure (as many full reps as possible), rest 90 seconds between sets, add more weight once you can complete 12 reps in your first set. For calves pick a 15RM and add more weight once you can complete 20 reps in your first set.

You should cycle through D1, D2 and D3 no matter what day of the week it is, if you performed D2 the last time you were in the gym you should perform D3 the next time you're in the gym etc. Rest days are taken whenever they're needed, you can also take days off for special occasions etc, this should be flexible enough for most people.

I expect beginners to have spent at least a few weeks learning proper/safe form before starting this routine properly, it's not safe to jump straight into training to/near failure.

I recommend a 3/1 week loading/deloading schedule, during a deload you should perform only your first set of each exercise.
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