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  1. Thanks for watching guys! Here’s the link to the PDF: https://builtwithscience.com/pdf-downloads/upper-workout – let me know if you’re having trouble receiving it. Also, I’d really appreciate it if you gave me a follow on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/jeremyethier/ ) where I’m going to start posting a lot of the studies I come across but don’t include in my videos. Hopefully this video provides you with some insight as to how to incorporate my various science-based videos into your own routines, but let me know what other splits you’d like me to cover! I’m currently on vacation in Mexico and have some really exciting content coming up once I’m back later this week! Stay tuned!

  2. Regarding exercise 4 'Pullups or Lat Pulldowns', I don't have a pull up bar or machine to do this, current equipment I have are dumbbells and bars, what are the alternate excersies I could do fot this?

  3. My work schedule forces me to lift three days a week if I follow the rule of taking a rest day after two consecutive days of lifting (which I do), so doing an upper/lower split has me alternating upper twice a week with lower twice a week (exactly like an ABA/BAB split would have you do). It works for now, but I need to get off of these 12-hour shifts, or at least time a caffeine infusion so I can go to the gym after I'm done at the work.

  4. What if I cant go to a gym and dont have a bench to do these workouts with.
    Also. I noticed this doesnt really consider abdominal muscles.

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  6. Is this scientific extra shit even necessary to understand exercises and the target muscles, this is so unnecesary Im sorry but I only need two tbings, all that extra shit is irrelevant.

  7. Me: Taking notes, writes everything down

    Him at the end of the video: ”I’ve complied all of this information into an easy to follow, free PDF so you guys can have it with you at the gym.”

    😐😐😑 🤣

    Really liked this video though. Subscribed. Heading over to IG to follow. Thanks for the info. It’s been a huge help!! 👏🏽🙌🏽🔥

  8. So is it enough to do only one exercise per muscle group? For example i do 2 chest, 2 back, 2 shoulders and 1 bicep 1 tricep.

  9. I did the full-body workout before and in that program, I had to do 3 sets minimum of everything. Would you recommend sticking to the 2 sets of the accessory movements or is it also good to do 3 sets of them?

  10. What is your experience with this split compared to a push pull legs split? I work about 3-4 days a week with all-day shifts and therefore i am not able to workout the required 6 days with a push pull legs split. I can see that this split is made for workouts 4 times a week which would suit me better. However i can't help myself from questioning whether or not there is enough total volume for each muscle group with this split.
    I would appreciate if someone could comment there thoughts in this. Thank you!

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