🌟 Push-Pull Training Splits @bodysculptorben 👋🏼 Body part focused regimes are becoming a thing of the past. Training one muscle group per day presents a whole host of problems, which could be holding back your muscle growth and fat loss endeavours. Training in a push-pull split takes into account how your body actually moves and what muscles are involved in each movement. Here are a couple of ways you might be able to split it up better for maximum results ☑️ Push - Pull - Legs split 1️⃣ Push day which involves training the muscles that are involved in upper body pushing movements (Chest, shoulders, triceps). 2️⃣ Pull day which involves training upper body pulling movements (back muscles, rear delts and biceps). 3️⃣ Leg day which is dedicated to the lower body and training legs (quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves).This split would be great for people who train 5/6x a week. If training 6x a week then hit each workout twice at different rep ranges. If training 5x then leave one out each week but change which one is left out each time. This way you are hitting muscles more frequently whilst still getting enough rest between muscle groups. ☑️ Another option would be to go for a full body push and then a full body pull routine, involving two different training days. 1️⃣ Full body push - This would involve working the chest, shoulders and triceps. As well as working the quads though squatting, leg pressing, lunges, leg extensions etc. 2️⃣ Full body pull - This involves working the back muscles, rear debts and biceps. As well as working the hamstrings through exercises such as Deadlifts, Romanian deadlifts and hamstring curls. This split is a brilliant split for people who train with weights 4x a week, performing each workout twice at different rep ranges. Everything will get trained at least twice during the week which if you have been doing the bro split will double the frequency without impacting recovery.