Hi Ironman, I can't give you a specific routine, but it was based on Hoffman's 4 courses, which were in turn based on ealier volumes by Calvert, Jowet, and the others that came before him. Basically, what they were was simply full body routines, comprised of both basic exercises and the lifts of the day. Not many isolation moves either. Not a whole ot of sets per exercise, although Hoffman like using more exercises rather than more sets, say one of each. Not much in the way of splitting up bodyparts either. What made Hoffmans a bit different than the others was that his first two courses were a similar but different collection of basic exercises. Course 3 was repition lifting, and course 4 was basic lifting were you worked up to close to a max on the lifts of the day. At that time, the bent press and the 1 hand version of the BB clean and jerk and snatch. Quite a bit different from the Weider model of marathon sessions that became popular in the late 60's and 70's. here is a collection of a bunch of the old timer's training manuals. If you sroll down to Hoffman and take the link, it has his advanced methods in his listing,and is an interesting read.