Our expert says:
I'm not sure I follow fully - you train each group once a day, but then do each twice a week, which doesn't add up fully. I assume you mean that you do one group per day, and then do each day twice a week?
in any event, it seems sound to me. The key is not so much what you do (though this is important), but how you do it - that is, weights, rest, reps, sets. So before you start tinkering with the actual ingredients, look at how you're putting them together. You might for example wish to get a day in there for arms, and split that current chest day into two. Then you would do arms and shoulders one day, chest and legs the next, and that way, if you train 6 times a week, you do three of each. But look at the size of the weight you're using, and make sure that you are lifting heavy enough to produce results (assuming that you're after muscle bulk).
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