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The PPL split can be looked at as a high level routine to follow. It definitely can be, if you follow the 6 day routine. This routine can range anywhere from 3-6 days per week.
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However, no routine will help you achieve your goals unless youโ€™re getting adequate rest. So if youโ€™re one of those people looking for the โ€œbest routineโ€ and ramp up your training to 6 days per week with sh*tty rest, then youโ€™re doing more harm than good.
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The push movements predominantly work the following muscle groups: chest, triceps and shoulders.
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The pull movements predominantly work the following muscle groups: back, biceps.
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The leg movements predominantly work the following muscle groups: quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves.
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Let me know below what split you are following and enjoy the most!

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