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Old 01-27-2011, 03:44 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Trevor Ross View Post

I did an Upper/Lower split for a long time, and I liked that style of training.

Liking what you do, is an important point.


Push/Pull is where it's at though (for my goals) and I find it to be a logical set up.

Upper lower, push pull are both great programs to work. I'm not saying that they aren't.


For the record I am not bashing Fullbody routines, so retract your claws!
My claws are not out!

I'm just having a conversation, about programming.

You said it yourself, this topic can be cause for debate and arguement. Most peole call split training the modern way of training. Split training is not new at all. It has been around since the 1950's.
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