New split

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    Linus Louhiluoto
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    When school starts I want a flexible split(no fixed rest days). First I thought of PPL but I wanted more arms and shoulders so I concocted my own one. I know the question of “which split is best” is quite useless but since I’ve never seen this type of split I wanted to hear your thoughts:

    Chest/Back A
    Arms and shoulders A
    Legs
    Chest and back B
    Arms and shoulders B

    *Im aware one rest day is fixed being after Arms and shoulders B but otherwise flexible

    *ran 4-6 days a week

    #406851
    Joe
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    #407084
    Linus Louhiluoto
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    I have 4 pressing movements and 2 fly movements for chest in this program. This as I’m aware also works front delt quite a bit. Do you believe this is enough front dealt work and no direct work is needed on shoulder days?

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    ryan vullo
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    I have 4 pressing movements and 2 fly movements for chest in this program. This as I’m aware also works front delt quite a bit. Do you believe this is enough front dealt work and no direct work is needed on shoulder days?

    Because we’re a community I figured I’d try and help out too Linus. It really depends on your goal with shoulders and what you’re looking for. From personal experience that’s plenty of work for front delts for the week. If you’re goal is to bring up your front delts that’ll definitely get you there as long as you’re recovering from everything. If you want to bring up lateral delts and get that capped shoulder look there’s always potential to play around and swap an exercise or two to focus more on that part of the delt. Moral of the story you won’t know it’s too much or too little unless you run it and see how your recovery is.

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    BryceBahm
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