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I'm just speculating here... but it seems that in all of the sports that you mentioned the athletes who train one part of their body for x amount of days in a row do so because those are the main muscles they need to win. For example in speed skating it wouldn't help then to build a large chest or arms. But in body building the goal is your physique which means that you want to work all parts of your body while maintaining some proportions. In body building if you work one part of your body too much then it can lead to a disproportionate body. For example if you only exercise your upper body then you could look like this