Upper/Lower vs Full Body Training Split For Powerlifting

This video goes over the pros and cons of using an upper/lower body training split versus a full-body training split for powerlifting. In an upper/lower body training split, you do squat and deadlift in the same sessions and bench press in a separate session. In a full-body training split, you do bench press with squat or deadlift in the same session. There are pros and cons to each when it comes to schedule flexibility, training session length, deadlift technique deterioration, deadlift estimated max accuracy, and more which I break down in the video.

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