Push, Pull, Legs Split vs "Bro" Split - Push Workout
Hunter Labrada and Bryan Troianello have been able to train more efficiently and more often thanks to their adherence to the push pull leg split vs your more popular "bro" split. The "bro" split is basically dedicating a day for a specific/individual body part which turns into everything being trained twice in 14 days vs Hunter and Bryan's frequency of training everything twice in 10 days with the push pull leg split.
"Think about everything we have done today. We trained an incredible amount of shoulders and triceps. Instead of doing chest and kinda hitting your shoulders and then dedicating an entire day to them, everything gets hammered today. Don't look at things in a vacuum and look at the big picture."
A ton of feedback from bodybuilding aficionados has been that Hunter has made faster than normal progress moving towards his pro debut. A lot of this effect can be attributed to being able to increase training frequency by not doing the typical bro split.
The push workout today was as follows:
Warm up: Prime chest machine fly: 3 sets x 15 (not to failure)
Prime Incline press: 3-4 warm ups 1 working set 1 back off set (reduce weight by 20% and rep to failure)
Prime Chest machine fly and incline push-up superset: 2 sets x 15 reps and 1 drop set all superseded with push-ups to failure
Prime overhead shoulder press: 2 warm ups 1 work set and drop set
Dips: 2 warms ups 1 working set followed by bodyweight dips to failure
Laterals: 2 warms ups 1 all out drop set to failure
Here Hunter is 8 weeks out from his IFBB Professional debut at the Tampa pro. Stay tuned for everything leading to and during the contest weekend.
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