Today you've got another chest and back workout built around a classic 6x5 rep scheme. Don't let all the high-rep training you've been doing on other days trick you into thinking this is a "light" day. On the contrary, this is strength work, and you should be struggling to finish each set. Don't leave a single rep out there, because if Arnold was your training partner, you'd better believe he would let you hear about it.
Just ask Danny Padilla, who trained in Gold's Gym with Arnold in the early days. "I'll never forget when Arnold was training with some guy, and he did his reps, whether it was 12 or 15," Padilla told Bodybuilding.com in 2008. "Then the other guy didn't do his, and Arnold got pissed off. It was like, 'What's wrong? I've got to do your reps now? What's up with that? If you can't hang, go back to something else!' Arnold never messed around that way. He was a hard-working guy. The gym was business, especially before any of his big shows."
Everyone who trained with Arnold can tell a similar story. Take it to heart. Friends don't let friends stray from the Blueprint.