Workout Plan

There are 3 popular splits in the gym that are commonly used when athletes are looking at training hypertrophy. Hypertrophy is already commonly known as the best way to gain muscle growth, here we are explaining what are the 3 ways to fitting your own particular exercise.

Full Body Split

Firstly a Full body split is a program that includes 1 to 2 exercises for each body part. For example, this training splits trains the entire body for a day, increasing the training frequency allowing the body to be familiar with the exercises over time. This method is recommended for beginners or a person that has not been training for a while. This plan is highly recommended 4 times a week with 3 days rest.

Push, Pull, Legs

Secondly, a PPL Split also known as Push, Pull, Legs. Is commonly use by intermediate athletes or advance athletes. The plan splits 3days of different body parts for each of the days, for example on day 1 is push meaning the plan can include chest and shoulder exercises, day 2 pull a back and arms exercises are included, and finally, legs as the name listed it willing be training a leg training plan. By doing these splits the body can focus on the minor details of specific muscle groups for those who are looking to have extra-fine detail on their muscle group. This plan can be done 6 times a week. Not recommended to beginners

Upper Lower Split

Third and last is the upper-lower split. As the plan will have 1-day training upper body like chest, back, shoulders and arms then another day is lower which will be training legs such as quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. This split can be used by either beginner up to advance as this training plan can be done 4 to 6 times a week depending on that athlete’s training level.