would spread a common split to a fullbody 6 days routine with the volume spread across. Of course, like you mention already in your video about “fullbody vs split” the transition to another style would probably already yield some form of new stimulus but it would interest me nonetheless, if that might even stimulate a higher hypertrophic response. It mustbe mentioned, that it would be pretty time consuming due to many different exercises in a session (often only 2-4 sets of an exercise and because of spreading throughout the week)
Mike is a professor of Exercise Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and was previously a professor at the University of Central Missouri, where he taught Exercise Physiology, Personal Training, and Advanced Programming for sports and fitness. Mike’s PhD is in Sport Physiology, and he has been a consultant on sports nutrition to the . Olympic Training Site in Johnson City, TN. Mike has coached numerous powerlifters, weightlifters, bodybuilders, and other individuals in both diet and weight training. Originally from Moscow, Russia, Mike is a competitive powerlifter, bodybuilder, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu grappler. He used to hold a bunch of state, national, and world records in raw powerlifting back when everyone was in equipment, so that’s cool!