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6 Day Intermediate

4 weeks

This program splits the body up into three groups (push, pull, and legs) with six days of training. This will help you gain strength and size and is designed to be followed continuously for four weeks. I recommend you take at... more

Workouts (48)

W1/D1 Push
5.0
1

FAQ

What do I do if need an alternative for an exercise?
If you need to swap an exercise and are unable to come up with one on your own, message us in the app and we’ll provide one for you.
What do the sets listed represent?
The sets you see are working sets. Working sets should challenge you. Take 2-3 warm up sets or however many you need to work up safely to your working weight. Then perform the sets & reps listed.
What do I do if I need to rest more than the program dictates?
Take a rest day if you ever feel like you need one. All you do in this instance is resume on the same week & day of the program that you were originally going to do.
Do I need to stick to the designated rest times?
The rest times indicated are a good starting point, but you may need a little more or a little less (give or take 15-30 sec). Average rest time is 1-2 minutes, but ultimately, your goal is to rest just long enough to recover for the next set. Going into the next set too quickly may reduce the weight you’ll be able to stick with. Slightly longer rest times are better for strength, but you don’t want to rest so long that you cool down or waste a bunch of time.

FAQ

What do I do if need an alternative for an exercise?
If you need to swap an exercise and are unable to come up with one on your own, message us in the app and we’ll provide one for you.
What do the sets listed represent?
The sets you see are working sets. Working sets should challenge you. Take 2-3 warm up sets or however many you need to work up safely to your working weight. Then perform the sets & reps listed.
What do I do if I need to rest more than the program dictates?
Take a rest day if you ever feel like you need one. All you do in this instance is resume on the same week & day of the program that you were originally going to do.
Do I need to stick to the designated rest times?
The rest times indicated are a good starting point, but you may need a little more or a little less (give or take 15-30 sec). Average rest time is 1-2 minutes, but ultimately, your goal is to rest just long enough to recover for the next set. Going into the next set too quickly may reduce the weight you’ll be able to stick with. Slightly longer rest times are better for strength, but you don’t want to rest so long that you cool down or waste a bunch of time.