If more people would listen to LATS advice—there would be a significantly lower drop out rate from the gym and a lot more happier bodybuilders.Stop trying to make a routine work for you. Find the routine that works for you no matter what that is...
Because a routine that fits your lifestyle and job commitments etc will garner consistency.. and consistency is the corner stone. If you do not like a certain training style then stop.. I dont care what the literature says. If you don't like it you will eventually be inconsistent and lack effort..
And stop training 6 days a week because " I love the gym".. if you do not have the genes of jay cutler.. don't have the ability to get naps and real adequate rest.. have joints of titanium.. and take the gear and supplements of a top teir STOP TRAINING LIKE ONE. Think recuperation. Stimulate then rest.. stop trying to fit your job and lifestyle around your training ... fit your training around your lifestyle and genetics..