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A split routine is a routine that focuses on training different muscle groups on different days.[1] It is most often employed to prevent excess fatigue or overtraining. Some common examples of this are back/biceps on one day, chest/shoulders/triceps another, and lower body another, etc. There are countless combinations of split routines.

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  1. Michaels, Jillian (2007), p.150.

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  • Michaels, Jillian (2007), Making the Cut: The 30-Day Diet and Fitness Plan for the Strongest, Sexiest You, US, Three Rivers Press
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