Part 1: New Upper/Lower Body Split Program (Video Tutorials)

My latest lower body split utilizes a higher rep scheme. Higher reps provide a good opportunity to focus on a strong mind-muscle connection.

I am now following a lower/upper body split. I wanted to share the lower body program with a short tutorial video for each exercise. I am going to post the upper body program tomorrow.

For anybody who wants to try these out but do not have any equipment, you can perform every one of these using your body weight/bands/ankle weights or light dumbbells. Depending on your goals, utilising your mind-muscle connection, focussing on squeezing every rep and being consistent with your training can move you forward towards achieving them.

I recommend that anybody who is interested in building muscle focus on completing every repetition. My rep scheme of choice is 10-12 reps, you can however, work your way up to 15 or 20 if you do not have access to any equipment and you want to focus on muscle building.

Below are the videos of me performing the exercises on the lower body program.

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In this video, I am demonstrating how to perform the Deadlift.
In this video, I am demonstrating how to perform a front squat.
I am demonstrating how to perform a barbell hip thrust.
Here, I am performing the split squat for 8 reps, you can perform up to 10-12 when using light weights or performing using just your bodyweight.
In this video, I am demonstrating how to perform an overhead squat. Perform normally without using the 1-1.5 rep scheme unless you are more advanced (and/or don’t want to walk properly for a few days).
In this video, I am demonstrating how to perform a side laying abductor.

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