Modified Push/Pull Split

Being motivated to train is as important as the actual content of your workout: it will generally help you train harder.

The modified push/pull split might be unconventional, but for someone who doesn’t like training legs, it allows you to make it more palatable by “hiding” leg work in an upper body-dominant session instead of having legs-only days.

Instead, you can do 1-2 quad movements on push days and 1-2 glute/ham exercises on pull days.

You can do the opposite with women by putting 1-2 upper-body exercises in lower-body dominant sessions.

PUSH MUSCLES: Pecs, delts, triceps, quads, calves

PULL MUSCLES: Upper back, lats, traps, biceps, glutes, hamstrings