Assuming it's like this.
Day 1 - Upper Body
Day 2 - Lower Body
Day 3 - Off
Day 4 - Upper Body
Day 5 - Lower Body
Do you or would it be wise to split this across the two days respectively or do full upper body both times? What I mean is:
Day 1 - Chest, Bi's
Day 4 - Back, Tri's, Delts (Or Delts across 1 and 4)
Lower Body would get trained equally amongst both days.
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There are several ways to set it up so that it makes sense.
day 1 - upper body heavy
day 2 - lower body light
day 3 - upper body light
day 4 - lower body heavy
day 1 - upper horizontal push/pull (chest pressing & back rows)
day 2 - lower quad dominant (squats)
day 3 - upper vertical push/pull (shoulder pressing & lat pull variations)
day 4 - lower hip dominant (deadlifts)
day 1 - heavy upper horizontal / light vertical
day 2 - heavy quad / light ham
day 3 - heavy upper vertical / light horizontal
day 4 - heavy ham / light quad
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Fair game across the board then. Reasoning behind light days? Just for body composition or what?
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Last edited by mistergalarza; 04-17-2008 at 11:40 AM.