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PPL Hypertrophy Training: Progressive Overload Muscle Workout Guide Released

Exercise and nutrition blog Fitness Fahrenheit recently published a new guide to maximizing results from PPL hypertrophy training.

In its new guide, Fitness Fahrenheit explains to readers how they can use progressive overload, compound movements, and intensity management to get the most out of their PPL workouts. The guide also discusses recovery and nutrition, and the roles they play in achieving exercise goals.

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PPL, or Push Pull Legs, is a weekly workout regimen that targets the body’s major muscle groups. “PPL is designed specifically for hypertrophy, which basically means ‘making your muscles bigger’,” explained a spokesperson for Fitness Fahrenheit. “The idea behind it is to work your muscles really hard and then give them a period of rest. This allows them the time to both grow and recover.”

Fitness Fahrenheit says that the key to maximizing PPL training results is progressive overload, which is the gradual addition of weight, reps, and intensity to workouts. For example, a person might use 30 lbs weights for their exercises one week and then go up to 35 lbs weights the next week to challenge their muscles.

Also important when doing PPL training is compound movements, the guide adds. These are any movements that work multiple muscle groups at one time. Fitness Fahrenheit notes that the most effective compound movements are bench and overhead presses, dips, deadlifts, pull-ups/chin-ups, rows, and squats.

Fitness Fahrenheit is quick to stress that when performing these compound movements, readers need to know their form and technique. By doing so, they prevent injury and ensure they activate all the intended muscles.

Furthermore, Fitness Fahrenheit encourages readers to listen to their bodies and manage the intensity of their workouts as needed. To do this, they recommend they come up with a 7-day PPL training plan that includes 2 pull days, 2 push days, 2 leg days, and 1 rest/recovery day. Of course, this plan can be adjusted or modulated to suit each person’s individual needs, the guide notes.

“If you want to be stronger, build muscle, and look good, then PPL hypertrophy training could be for you,” said the spokesperson. “It’s not just about lifting heavy weights; it’s about lifting smarter too, and with our guide at your side you’ll start seeing the results you’re looking for.”

Interested parties can find more information at

Contact Info:
Name: Koji Lopez
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Organization: Fitness Fahrenheit
Address: 18 Corman Road, Boston, MA 02126, United States

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Release ID: 89127447

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