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  • Posted On: 01-20-20, 4:53 am (EST) #1

    PPL

    January 20, 2020, 4:53 am

    Hi!

    A few days ago you said that I should try your ppl program. I am just wondering if it is possible if I can train biceps on pushday. Just because previously I trained arms on one day. Is it ok or should I stick with a strict ppl program.

  • Posted On: 01-22-20, 3:38 pm (EST) #2

    PPL

    January 22, 2020, 3:38 pm
    Posted by: IsseG

    Hi!

    A few days ago you said that I should try your ppl program. I am just wondering if it is possible if I can train biceps on pushday. Just because previously I trained arms on one day. Is it ok or should I stick with a strict ppl program.

    @isseg I recommend you stick to the PPL structure. It might be good for you to switch things up from what you were previously doing, it might help your arm growth! Also, during MONTH 1, you can always add in an arm day during your off day or during one of the days when you're doing a HIIT routine.


    For example, you could do it on the same day as you do CIRCUIT-B!

  • Posted On: 02-09-20, 4:00 pm (EST) #3

    PPL

    February 9, 2020, 4:00 pm

    Hi Scott, how's it going? I'm coming to just over 2 years lifting/gym and Ive been running PPL since day one, and I've been in a bit of a plateau recently (particularly in bench and OHP). Was wondering if you had any positive modifications to make to increase strength/muscle gain? My weights sessions are as follows: Monday (Push, Hypertrophy), Tuesday (Pull, Hypertrophy) Wednesday (Legs, Hyper) Thursday (rest) Friday (Upper, strength, mainly working in the 5x5 range and compound movements). I'll add that I have impingement in my right shoulder but with proper stretching it's not a big problem but it is on the weaker side.


    Thanks!

  • Posted On: 02-11-20, 3:27 pm (EST) #4

    PPL

    February 11, 2020, 3:27 pm
    Posted by: TheDonFay

    Hi Scott, how's it going? I'm coming to just over 2 years lifting/gym and Ive been running PPL since day one, and I've been in a bit of a plateau recently (particularly in bench and OHP). Was wondering if you had any positive modifications to make to increase strength/muscle gain? My weights sessions are as follows: Monday (Push, Hypertrophy), Tuesday (Pull, Hypertrophy) Wednesday (Legs, Hyper) Thursday (rest) Friday (Upper, strength, mainly working in the 5x5 range and compound movements). I'll add that I have impingement in my right shoulder but with proper stretching it's not a big problem but it is on the weaker side.


    Thanks!

    @thedonfay You should try my PPL program here on the site! It uses a reverse pyramid rep scheme on your compound movements to help with strength building and if that's something you haven't tried before, switching it up like that could help!


    https://muscularstrength.com/Push-Pull-Legs

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