Split your workout to target different muscles on different days

Our pulling muscles are usually weaker than our pushing ones, so it is important to incorporate pulling exercises in our workout. — Kfit

The term “workout split” usually applies to weightlifting, but it can also be used in bodyweight training and/or with resistance bands and dumbbells.

It basically means breaking up your workouts to target different body parts on different days of the week in order to get better results.

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