//Not Getting Results? Try Push-Pull Routine

Not Getting Results? Try Push-Pull Routine

Simplify your workout and gain muscles with Push-Pull routine. You might have got irritated with that Plateau state of the body. Here Plateau state is the stage in which a body stops growing and gets stuck to a particular shape and size. It becomes hard for the guys to enhance the size just because the body stops showing results anymore.

There are many reasons to this problem.
  • The body and mind gets habitual to a particular routine
  • The muscle does not get enough shocks
  • Requirement of an advanced schedule

Above mentioned points can be summarized as; you might have heard that hitting a single body part once a week gives best results. Now the problem is what if you already are in a plateau state? Your body might get good results in hitting a body part twice a week. This will automatically give a surprise shock treatment to your muscles and you will move forward to the advanced schedule. There is no harm in experimenting when you are not getting results in the old school way. Am I Right?

Let’s make it simple and crisp: Here we are talking about the pressing and pulling workout or you can call it as Push-Pull routine. Here you will have to understand what this “Push-Pull routine” actually is.

Push Routine
Push-Pull Routine
An example of Pushing exercises

The workout which focuses on the pushing exercises like Chest, Triceps and Deltoids workout is called the push routine. Here the person focuses on the mentioned three muscle groups in a single day. Include various compound exercises as well as the isolation exercises for triceps and deltoids. Exercises like bench press, Triceps push down and dumbbell shoulder press falls under this category.

Pull Routine
Push-Pull Routine
An example of pulling exercises

The workout which focuses on the pulling exercises like Back, Biceps and Traps workout is called the Pull routine. Here the person focuses on the mentioned three muscle groups in a single day. Exercises like Lats pulldown, biceps barbell curls, and side laterals falls under this category.

Push-Pull Routine can be followed as

Monday: Pressing Workout (Chest, Triceps and Deltoids)

Tuesday: Pulling Workout (Back, Biceps and Traps)

Wednesday: Legs

Thursday: Pressing Workout (Chest, Triceps and Deltoids)

Friday: Pulling Workout (Back, Biceps and Traps)

Saturday: Legs

Sunday: Rest

Try this Push-Pull routine along with a nutritious diet plan and track your progress. Get back to your normal routine if it doesn’t help. Experimenting with a proper exercise posture and well maintained diet never goes useless. Get back with a feedback and let others know your experience.

“Celebrate Success”.

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Prateek Uniyal is a Computer Science Engineer, MBA in Marketing and International Business and an independent business owner at Prateek & Co. Passionate for entrepreneurship and fitness.