I want to share my new new push pull legs routine this week.
I’m going to give you the details of each workout in this post.
This is the type of mass and strength workout you can do two to three times a year to really boost your gains. I saw mass and strength because you will get bigger and stronger from this workout.
Before we dive into the workout, let’s cover the basics of what the push pull legs routine is.
This push pull legs routine is a six-day a week workout. So you’ll be training each muscle twice per week.
The first round of workouts (first three days) you’ll be going heavy. The last three, you’ll be doing higher reps.
Are you ready for the workouts?
Saturday: Leg Day Workout 2 – High Reps
The first three workouts are based on heavy compound movements. This will help you get stronger. There’s a little hypertrophy in those workouts as well. You don’t want to do low reps for every single exercise.
The final three workouts are based on higher reps. This pumps more blood into the muscle and will help you put on muscle mass. These types of workouts will also help you get shredded and conditioned.
The push pull legs routine is one of my favorite workouts. Training six days a week is tough but you typically only stay on this mass and strength workout program for about six to eight weeks.
It’s almost impossible not to make gains on this mass and strength workout. The push pull legs routine will help you get into top condition as well as it’s a high volume workout.
You can also change the exercises in this push pull legs routine to your liking. Just us this mass and strength workout as a guide.
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