🚨 HOW TO PUSH DAY & PULL DAY
✅ If you want to inject some life into your workouts, here are five different training splits you may want to consider trying. ✅ They are just as effective as the traditional bodybuilding split, and if you’ve never tried them before, they are an excellent way to get some variety in your workouts.
🚨 Upper / Lower
✅ The upper/lower split is a good option for people who want to train muscle groups more than once per week. Sure, the old-school body-part split is fun, but destroying a muscle group and then giving it an entire week off may not be optimal for many lifters.
🚨 Total Body Split
✅ The total-body split is very effective for those new to weightlifting. When you’re first starting out, you want to train your muscles multiple times per week to get really good at the exercises and get your muscles used to frequent stimulation.
🚨 Power & Hypertrophy Split
✅ This is the most advanced training split on our list. If you want to train for both strength and size, this will be the perfect setup for you.
✅ When your workouts get boring, there’s nothing wrong with changing them, as long as the new workouts you choose continue to bring you closer to your goals. The splits above are very versatile, and you can use any exercises you want and make them fit into the structure. Pick a split that fits your schedule, plan out the exercises you’ll use and give it a try
🚨 NOT EASY TO LOSE ALL YOUR GAINS
✅ Well, the long story short is that yes, if youtake a long enough break from lifting weights, you will lose muscle and strength. The good news, though, is that it takes muchlonger than most people realize, and you’ll rebuild muscle much faster than it took togain it in the first placeIt is true that muscle burns fuel at rest.
🚨 MUSCLE BURNS FAT
✅ However, the amount of calories that 1 lb of muscle burns is pretty low: for each pound of muscle gained, you’ll burn about 6-10 calories.