I’m just curious to what program I can follow once the program I’m following now comes to an end. (Half body program with added arms day for the 5th day)
Do I take a recovery phase break period? Or do I just jump into a new program, what are your thoughts? Just that my goals are more upper body focus especially in my chest, shoulders and arms and finding this program may not be sustainable for my goals with it being a more balanced program if that makes sense. I do want a 5 day split as I hit the gym 5 times.
I know you may say hit a specialised program but it’s which one and will it be the right one for my goals, just asking your advice on this. Thank you 💪🏽
Cool thank you Bryce, so when turning the push pull legs into a 5 day split could I however just do 2 on 1 off, 2 on 1 off and just roll it that way perhaps and just ignore the 7 day calendar? If anything I do try and get at least one day of the weekend off (mainly Saturday and a day in the week off) so I’ll do that then maybe once this current program is finished which will be in about 4 weeks times. 💪🏽, I’ll be in. Againing phase up until Christmas time and then I’m going to slowly dial my Cals back come January.
Thanks Bryce, I was looking at doing either the push pull lower program or the bro program to focus on each body part per day as I don’t think this half body program will be sustainable for me because I’m finding that doing chest/back/shoulders/arms on upper all at once is just not beneficial for me and I feel like because I’m always starting chest first, my other body parts lag because of fatigue. It’s more than likely I’ll do the bro program so I can train each body part at least once. I’m unsure atm, I just want one that I can sustain to!
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