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You probably don’t need us to tell you that the pull-up is just about the toughest bodyweight exercise there is. If you’ve ever attempted to knock out a set in the gym, or just pull yourself up over a wall out in the real world, you’ll know the demands it places on your back, shoulder and arm muscles.In the back it’s the lats, traps and rhomboids that bear the brunt of the effort, while you can challenge different parts of your arms by changing your grip.
So what is training split? Why is it so important and beneficial to us? Here we explain! 5-DAY SPLIT You usually never see examples of 5 day splits out there, so I figured I'd conjure this one up for you guys.-The 5 Day split is split up into 2 strength days and 3 hypertrophy days. This is a great split because it allows you to hit every muscle 2 times a week, which is great frequency for muscle building! Here we have a combination of logic and examples just for you!
One of the most efficient workout-splits for the more advanced trainee is the Push / Pull / Legs.⠀How it works is that on: Day 1: You're training all your Pushing muscles (Chest, Shoulders and Triceps). Day 2: You do your pulling movements (Back, Biceps, and Rear Delts). Day 3: You're working your lower body movements. Then you just start over and repeat the process as frequently as you see fit.