PPL 2.0

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    Hi guys is there any way I can do a full leg program for one day rather than splitting my days up for this program (PPL 2.0) I’m not working this program from a 7 day program as I’m doing it over 10 days or so with rest days in between. I basically love this program but don’t want the two separate leg days if that makes sense. I want something like (PUSH,PULL,LEGS, PUSH B, PULL B) over a five day split.
    Bit like the Terrance program as my goals is more upper body.
    Also I’m struggling to make progressive with certain exercises for instance the RDL’s which I can’t connect with when I add more weight, only so heavy I can go without losing form, and also the hip 45’ extension, where I use a 20kg added. Just struggling with certain movements with progressive overload. Do you guys find this? Especially with DB INCLINE PRESS I can’t progress without asking for a spotter which sometimes hard especially in my gym. DB Lat raises, pec deck, calf raises, leg extensions, etc just finding it hard to progress without losing form.
    Any tips ideas you suggest? I like using this app for accountability and for the knowledge but feel like I’m not doing enough if that makes sense when the hunger and discipline is. Thank you in advance.


    Thank you Joe. Much appreciated 👍🏽 I do like the PPL 2.0 program I just want it over a 5 day split and one day leg day programmed only as my main goals is upper body, as I am very active as it is and I feel my legs are in good shape as it is from years and years of running. I do work 5 long days and I spoke to you not long ago regards my mum passing away and my life is pretty much busy at home with kids and back and fourth to my fathers house etc so I can manage to stay consistent with more of a 5 day split rather than trying to fit a 6 day split in all the time if that makes sense. I like to have cardio days as well for general health benefits, so I’ll watch that video again and I’ll do what I can mate. Look forward to the updates. Take care brother 💪🏽

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