Whenever the opportunity presents itself, fans and fanatics will always ask those whom they look up to, how they got to where they are.
The same goes with bodybuilding.
Those who are new to the world of lifting and making gains are always thinking of how their role models put on the muscle mass that they have. While a big part of it could be credited to pharmaceuticals, a lot of it comes down to training.
When Phil Heath began making waves on the bodybuilding scene, everyone wanted to know what he did to build those monstrous canons which he sometimes refers to as his arms. It’s the same with every top level bodybuilder who has a body part that stands out about the rest.
Everyone wanted to know how Tom Platz built those legs of his, Arnold his chest, Dorian his back, and so on.
As you would imagine, a champion wouldn’t just share their secrets and the specifics of what they’re doing or did to get to the top of the mountain.
However, Phil Heath shares his insights on creating a training split that will see to it that you make the most gains possible.
I have to agree with what Phil has to say about creating a training split that works best for you and is most convenient while rewarding you with its benefits.
In recent years it’s become common practice to not train chest on Mondays due to the sheer volume of people hitting chest.
These people are either gym newbies or douchebags with tribal tattoos. Yes, I’m a little judgmental but I speak from observation.
So, there you have it, Phil Heath gives you the nitty-gritty on how to schedule your training split with accordance to your goals and prioritizing your weak points to help bring them up to speed with the rest of your physique.