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The variability and diversity of Push-Pull training is one of the reasons it is so popular. By using this method you can give adequate rest time between body parts as to not overexert yourself. For example, If you start with a Push routine on Monday and Pull routine Tuesday with a rest day Wednesday, you are giving your body more than enough time to recover from the previous workout. This is also why you can train harder during session. Add a third day specifically for training legs.

The variability and diversity of Push-Pull training is one of the reasons it is so popular. By using this method you can give adequate rest time between body parts as to not overexert yourself. For example, If you start with a Push routine on Monday and Pull routine Tuesday with a rest day Wednesday, you are giving your body more than enough time to recover from the previous workout. This is also why you can train harder during session. Add a third day specifically for training legs.

I want you to understand that in order to build, maintain and sustain muscle we must give it a reason to stay or grow. That's the nature of a lifters career, every heard the term "use it or lose it"? That is exactly what we are doing here. The training that built your body will be the training that you will use in order to lean down. I recommend that you stick to compound movements as the main focus along with training in both rep ranges of hypertrophy and strength.

I want you to understand that in order to build, maintain and sustain muscle we must give it a reason to stay or grow. That's the nature of a lifters career, every heard the term "use it or lose it"? That is exactly what we are doing here. The training that built your body will be the training that you will use in order to lean down. I recommend that you stick to compound movements as the main focus along with training in both rep ranges of hypertrophy and strength.

Have you ever trained full body? .Full body workouts(FB) are a great split to follow to increase training frequency as they allow for training a muscle 3x/wk. Higher frequencies have shown to be superior for hypertrophy, likely due to the training protein synthetic response declining after 48hr post workout thus allowing you to train a muscle again in 2dy & reap the benefits of additional MPS.. This the pic shows a GREAT sample workout

Have you ever trained full body? .Full body workouts(FB) are a great split to follow to increase training frequency as they allow for training a muscle 3x/wk. Higher frequencies have shown to be superior for hypertrophy, likely due to the training protein synthetic response declining after 48hr post workout thus allowing you to train a muscle again in 2dy & reap the benefits of additional MPS.. This the pic shows a GREAT sample workout

Too many trainees and athletes are quick to overlook (and sometimes forget) about the bodyweight workout. Even so, you can become very strong when training with just your bodyweight. Bodyweight training is all about the basics and the truth is, no matter how advanced you are, your body will always fall back on its base level of strength. Your overall bodyweight strength will always serve as the foundation and bridge to your other strengths.

Too many trainees and athletes are quick to overlook (and sometimes forget) about the bodyweight workout. Even so, you can become very strong when training with just your bodyweight. Bodyweight training is all about the basics and the truth is, no matter how advanced you are, your body will always fall back on its base level of strength. Your overall bodyweight strength will always serve as the foundation and bridge to your other strengths.