Technically you COULD put DC in that category. Yrs ago I loved push/lower/pull. 2 day push/pull could be done depending on volume you used and recovery ability. Pair squat w/ ohp and bench with deads. Assistance work as you please.
Started out with push. My shoulders and chest were on fire and couldn't lift my arm without being sore. Woke up this morning to the surprise that my triceps were the most sore. Pull is tonight after work. I'll probably split the days up with a leg workout then a rest day.
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I have never liked the push pull workout. I never feel that all the muscles have been worked to their full potential. I know many people that love it, and have had great success with it.
No bad can come of trying it for a while to see if it works for you.
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I wouldn't ever only work out two days a week. That being said I do push/pull days. But not ONLY that. This is what I'm doing:
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