Push/ pull/ legs done six days a week or
chest and back/ delts and arms/ legs six days a week
in short hit everything twice a week.
the first split built frank zane
the second split built arnold
both sometimes trained this split twice a day training each bodypart
many times a week. It works. end of story.
no success with one bodypart a day, each bodypart once a week for me,
i mean four chest workouts a month? sometimes I get four in a week,
and my development outpaces those around me without chemical aid.
Read Arnold encyclopedia and Zane’s workout diaries:
If you are a bodybuilder be a bodybuilder, not a powerbuilder or
an olympic lifting “performance” lifter. Follow the greats.[/quote]
Two awesome programs and two of the greatest bodybuilders. One thing that I’ve always wondered is why more modern day bodybuilders don’t train with this type of frequency? Does anyone have any information as to how or why these high volume low frequency splits became so popular among the bodybuilding community?