PPL 2.0

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  • #332787
    Alex Welch
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    I finished half body 2.0 and enjoyed the split. I was thinking of powerbuilding but just did deadlifts (have to do sumo due to arthritis) today and they are just not for me and my back overall. I was looking at PPL 2.0 but can only get to the gym 4-5x a week most likely. Is it still a good program and push the 6th into the second week and extend it?

    #333127
    Nate Chestnutt
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    I’m on the last phase of PPL2.0 and go at a 6day split but you can definitely make it stretch out since you’d be 5 days max. I think both Bryce and Joe have stated that you can do any program with any split you can make work for your schedule. It’s a great program!

    #333415
    Matthew Wool
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    So, I’ll be finishing the OG PPL program in a few weeks and plan to start PPL 2.0 next. I can only train 3-4x/week. I’m planning to just stretch the weeks out. The program will become much longer so I’ll probably add a deload (or two) somewhere in there. Does this sound reasonable to ya’ll?

    #333440
    Nate Chestnutt
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    Sounds great!

    #333616
    BryceBahm
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    #334217

    Hey Joe I’m currently doing the push pull lower 2.0 and am wondering why the notes don’t carry over like the the weight does when I log it. I make notes when I have to substitute a machine and then the following week I can’t look back to see what I did bc the notes don’t carry over? Thanks

    #334257
    Tom
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    Bryce this is what I wanted as well, I am currently doing the PPL 2.0 myself and it is a 6 day split. I asked recently for a 5 day split but the reply was don’t work off the 7 day calendar. I don’t want a 6 day split tbh on my off days I do 30 mins cardio for active recovery and health and 1 day rest every 3 days is not enough. How can I make the Ppl 2.0 into a 5 day split?

    #334320
    Alex Welch
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    Hey Joe I’m currently doing the push pull lower 2.0 and am wondering why the notes don’t carry over like the the weight does when I log it. I make notes when I have to substitute a machine and then the following week I can’t look back to see what I did bc the notes don’t carry over? Thanks

    I think because the program is written in 4 week blocks it starts over again. Same thing happened to me with half body 2.0

    #334441
    Alex Welch
    Participant

    Bryce this is what I wanted as well, I am currently doing the PPL 2.0 myself and it is a 6 day split. I asked recently for a 5 day split but the reply was don’t work off the 7 day calendar. I don’t want a 6 day split tbh on my off days I do 30 mins cardio for active recovery and health and 1 day rest every 3 days is not enough. How can I make the Ppl 2.0 into a 5 day split?

    Yeah it’s hard to make it into a 5 day program. What John Meadows used to do with his PPL programs is 3 days regular training and then 3 days of pump days and even though programmed for 6 days always recommended 5 days depending on your goals. So would leave out one day. His programs are really intense

    #335078
    Tom
    Participant

    Bryce can you clarify how it split it up into a 4/5 day split?

    #335168
    Alex Welch
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    Bump

    #335277
    BryceBahm
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    Here is week 1

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    BryceBahm
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