Only lifting upper body

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It just works so damn perfectly for so many goals, situations and schedules that it tends to be the type of routine I end up using and recommending most often. The upper/lower split is a type of weight training schedule that revolves around splitting the body up into 2 groups: upper body and lower body.However, one version may suit you a bit better than the other. If you can only manage to train 3 days per week (or if it would just be a lot more convenient for you to train 3 days per week), then the 3 day upper/lower split is definitely the better version for you. If you are someone who has an overall lower capacity to recover, then the slightly reduced training frequency of the 3 day version would definitely be better for you as well.It involves rotating through 3 weight training workouts per week: Upper Body, Lower Body, Upper Body one week, and then Lower Body, Upper Body, Lower Body the next.They are classically done using the 2 on/1 off/2 on/2 off format shown above, which allows for the added perk of having the weekends off (something many people prefer).The workouts are classically done using the 1 on/1 off/1 on/1 off/1 on/2 off format shown above, which again allows for the added perk of having the weekends off (if that’s important to you).While this is slightly less frequent than the classic 4 day version, it’s still perfectly within the ideal frequency range for the majority of people past the beginner’s stage.The classic 3 day upper body and lower body split is probably a very close second in terms of how commonly used it is.

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