19.9.10

The right split for you

When you're beyond the beginner level, you should consider to split your plan effectifely and towards your goals, always considering your strenghts/weaknesses.


There are many different splits, but many people make the mistakes, that they train the "fun-parts" more often than the "not-so-fun-parts", e.g. I know a lot of guys who train chest twice a week and legs nearly never.

That will not give you a massive chest. It will mainly cause overtraining.

Another point you should keep in mind is, that the bigger the muscle, the less you should do afterwards (I mean if you train legs, you shouldn't do a second big muscle at that day).

My personal routine is as following:

Shoulder/triceps

Back

Chest/Biceps

Legs/Abdomen

I am very content with this plan, I never get exhausted, I improved a lot.

What are your favorite splits?

35 comments:

  1. I don't like blogs like these sometimes.

    They keep reminding me of how unfit I am. i_i

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  2. I need to get back into shape. I miss being fit.

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  4. thanks for the info, it's about time I hit the gym

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  5. Thanks for the heads up, pretty informative.

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  6. yea I know that, i do every part of my body

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  7. I work chest, abs and arms, then chest abs and legs another day, works good so far.

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  8. nice post, pretty informative

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  9. Good to see you've got a routine you stick to. Me? I just jog haha :)

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  10. I skip all the not so fun stuff as well, tbh. :/

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  11. I should really join a gym..

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  12. hmm, maybe its about time I got off my lazy arse

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  13. thanks bro im going to copy your splits, i might throw in a few bombs too if you know what i mean

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  14. try back-triceps and do daily abdomen legs and shoulder after it s more easier

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  15. That is very true.

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  16. Good advices' blog. i'll check it constantly.

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  17. martial arts training braaaah

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  18. It only causes over-training if you can't feel it's sore. Also, now following.

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  19. Showing my daily support I REALLY need yours aswell!

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  20. I used to do everything when I went to the gym.
    >_> Arms are still thin as fuck.

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  22. actually pretty sick :)

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  23. Great post! Be sure to visit my blog too

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  24. i followed p90x which, if i remember, is:

    Chest/Back
    Plyometrics
    Shoulders/Arms
    Yoga/Stretch
    Legs/Back
    Kenpo Cardio

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  25. very helpful info. thanks!

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  26. Interestin post..thank you!

    Supportin

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  27. im gonna try it, ill tell you all about it later

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