The pull category is geared towards the push, pull, legs training style.
This particular training style is ideal for anybody who may not want to spend too much time breaking down muscle groups to rotate throughout the week.
One of the benefits of the push, pull, legs method is that it will naturally offer a full body plan on the basis that push and pull exercises generally target opposite muscle groups.
*Secondary engagement of other muscle groups may feature naturally through some exercises in this category.
Why use these pull workout plans
Any weekly workout split worth doing will split muscle groups to ensure sufficient recovery between workouts. The great thing about these pull workout plans is that they fit very nicely with a push workout and a leg workout to rotate across the week.
If you are looking for a simple way to ensure full body coverage across the week, the pull workout category is here for you.
What's the secret behind these pull workouts?
There is no big secret, it is just a matter of good planning.
Every single pull workout plan written takes exercise order, as well as rep/set ranges into consideration. For both beginner and advanced lifters.
Why is this so important?
Well for starters, any experienced weightlifter knows that for the most part, exercises are generally the same. It is in fact the execution of the workout, combined with the rep/set ranges for each exercise and of course the actual weight you are lifting, that achieves the best results.
But the good news is; all you have to worry about is the weight, because all of our pull workout plans have taken everything else into account for you.
So you can workout in confidence knowing that these plans are structured in a way that is designed to ensure that you get the most efficient results. And for that reason; you are encouraged to follow the exercise order as delivered in the plan.
The only thing left to do now is choose your pull workout and hit the gym!