I could use some bro science ....

  1. I could use some bro science ....


    Ok so for the fast couple weeks I was doing upper/lower eod

    Latelly I feel fatigued (most likely related to diet/ weather)(Chicago has very strange temperature jumps lately)

    Regardless
    on upper/lower splits should my exercises be the same an all days with same rep ranges?

    I do squats and deadlifts on leg days (forearms and back tend to be sore) not sure If I should drop deadlifts.....

    I like to train muscle twice a week thus me using upper/lower eod

    Iam thinking about possibly changing to

    chest/tris/shoulder
    back/bis
    legs
    repeat or one off

    I did it before but burned out as I was pushing myself to hard maybe I will give it a try again and see how it gous this time arround.

    Any advice would be apreciated


  2. Quote Originally Posted by marcink99 View Post
    Ok so for the fast couple weeks I was doing upper/lower eod

    Latelly I feel fatigued (most likely related to diet/ weather)(Chicago has very strange temperature jumps lately)

    Regardless
    on upper/lower splits should my exercises be the same an all days with same rep ranges?

    I do squats and deadlifts on leg days (forearms and back tend to be sore) not sure If I should drop deadlifts.....

    I like to train muscle twice a week thus me using upper/lower eod

    Iam thinking about possibly changing to

    chest/tris/shoulder
    back/bis
    legs
    repeat or one off

    I did it before but burned out as I was pushing myself to hard maybe I will give it a try again and see how it gous this time arround.

    Any advice would be apreciated
    If you're training hard, you need more rest. You build outside the gym....

  3. Quote Originally Posted by marcink99 View Post
    Ok so for the fast couple weeks I was doing upper/lower eod

    Latelly I feel fatigued ......

    Iam thinking about possibly changing to

    chest/tris/shoulder
    back/bis
    legs
    repeat or one off

    I did it before but burned out
    First I don't understand the logic of going from training EOD to training 6 days a week in an effort to reduce fatique.


    Quote Originally Posted by marcink99 View Post
    on upper/lower splits should my exercises be the same an all days with same rep ranges?
    No reason to keep things the same each day, this will just lead to lifts stalling sooner and need to swap exercises/rep ranges more often. Also this will limit your exercise selection greatly
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