Instead of training five days in a row, it is also beneficial to rest in between training days to allow the CNS to get proper recovery. This is especially important for new trainees because their bodies are not primed to be able to work at a high intensity five days in a row yet.
Lastly, it's more optimal to space shoulder and arm days as far as possible from chest day to allow the joints and triceps to recover properly.
For each day, trainees should use 4-5 exercises with two main exercises and 2-3 accessory exercises.
Things to keep in mind during the workout:
1.Lift each rep as fast as possible otherwise noted.
2.Recovery should be set at 60s-90s between exercises.
3.Because 5-day splits can fatigue a muscle group relatively quick, consume
BCAA's and recovery shakes to replenish the body's glycogen supply during mid-workout.
4.It's best to lift a load that is lighter and you can handle than to cheat. "Leave your ego in the locker room."
5.Make sure is rep is done with full ROM unless stated.
An example of something that I have been working on lately looks like this: