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Originally Posted by Manopbiz
What works for me at the moment is:

Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back/Biceps shoulders
Light Legs/Heavy Shoulders shoulders
Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back Biceps shoulders
Heavy Legs/Light Shoulders shoulders
Rest only day with no shoulders
Repeat...

It's basically a PPL routine but with Shoulders on Leg day.


Seems legit. I would follow this without hesitation.
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What works for me at the moment is:

Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back/Biceps shoulders
Light Legs/Heavy Shoulders shoulders
Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back Biceps shoulders
Heavy Legs/Light Shoulders shoulders
Rest only day with no shoulders
Repeat...

It's basically a PPL routine but with Shoulders on Leg day.


Seems legit. I would follow this without hesitation.


Sure, you see shoulders everyday. Not sure how but hey if it works for you go for it! :P
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Originally Posted by Manopbiz
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Originally Posted by Manopbiz
What works for me at the moment is:

Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back/Biceps shoulders
Light Legs/Heavy Shoulders shoulders
Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back Biceps shoulders
Heavy Legs/Light Shoulders shoulders
Rest only day with no shoulders
Repeat...

It's basically a PPL routine but with Shoulders on Leg day.


Seems legit. I would follow this without hesitation.


Sure, you see shoulders everyday. Not sure how but hey if it works for you go for it! :P


Can you identify the shoulders on a human body? -3X
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Originally Posted by Manopbiz
What works for me at the moment is:

Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back/Biceps shoulders
Light Legs/Heavy Shoulders shoulders
Chest/Triceps shoulders
Back Biceps shoulders
Heavy Legs/Light Shoulders shoulders
Rest only day with no shoulders
Repeat...

It's basically a PPL routine but with Shoulders on Leg day.


Seems legit. I would follow this without hesitation.


Sure, you see shoulders everyday. Not sure how but hey if it works for you go for it! :P


Can you identify the shoulders on a human body? -3X


Well yes I can, sorry but honestly I don't understand. I know a lot of people doing my kind of split with no issues of "overtraining shoulders". I never had issues with my shoulders on that split.
Back/biceps - shoulders so it must also applies when doing a push pull legs right? Pull is back/biceps.
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The idea of a properly balanced PPL is to allow your upper body (ie, the 3 shoulder joints) to rest on leg day, not to target them when they're already worked the other two days. -3X
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The idea of a properly balanced PPL is to allow your upper body (ie, the 3 shoulder joints) to rest on leg day, not to target them when they're already worked the other two days. -3X


I respect you a lot eknight for your overall knowledge and the help you provide others such as me in this case.
I do somehow know people that do this split without any issues.
Should I then do
Chest
Back
Legs
Rest
Shoulders
Arms
Rest
Rest
To be honest I don't like PPL because I don't lole training shoulders on push day.

Any thoughts?

Thanks again
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It's simply not necessary to train shoulders separately beyond the lateral delts, if your program is structured correctly. While you may know many people who this kind program "works" for, that doesn't mean it's optimal, nor does it mean it doesn't cause chronic overuse injuries that manifest later in life. I see a dozen rotator cuff repairs a week, and more than half are ex-athletes who trained improperly. You can get away with that when you're 20, but when you're 50 and have to spend 6 weeks with your arm immobilized, and another 4 months rehabbing, was it worth it? -3X
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Thanks for the info.
My shoulders are not very defined compare to let's say my arms etc. That is why I thought about dedicating them a separate day. (I've read that on another forum).
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Personally my legs blow up quickly so they only need 1 day per week to stay in proportion.


That's everyone's excuse why they either don't train legs or only train legs once a week. Total bullshit. Notice how it's always peoples' legs that blow up quickly and not any part of their upperbody
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