First let me state that there is more than 1 way to train and get results. But I am entitled to my opinion and I disagree with some things.
The main thing I disagree with is all the body part splits. I know what the basic rational is - you can exhaust your muscles more this way. The questions I have:
-what has convinved you that a body part split is the way to go (your source of information)?
-why do you think you must totally kill your self and exhaust your muscles to make progress (again source of information)?
Some people say that when you are really advanced you can't make progress any other way. I disagree, but even if it was true. How many of us are THAT advanced. Dan John defines BASIC STRENGHT as a body weight bench AND a 2x body weight deadlift. This is BASIC. What is advanced? Are you advanced?
Here is what Alwyn Cosgrove has to say about body part splits:
"I think my mission in life is to rid the world of this ridiculous workout notion. Somehow this highly developed organism that we call the human body is not a remarkable piece of machinery that functions flawlessly as a unit, it's just random ass "parts" put together — each of which can be worked separately.
You didn't even turn your computer on using only one muscle so why in God's name are you trying to develop a body using some sort of body part split?
And while I'm on the subject, how come fingers and toes don't get their own "day"?
Biceps get their own special recognition, what about fingers and toes and sternocleido mastoids? Or left arm on one day, right arm on another day (different body parts)? Because it's stupid, right? Well, so is splitting up your chest and shoulder "days".
There are NO athletes other than a small bunch of genetically gifted, pharmaceutical abusing individuals who use a "body part" split with any success. NONE.
Now, if you ARE one of the genetic elite pharmaceutical abusers, then feel free.
Split routines arrived on the scene shortly after Dianabol was popular. Do you see the connection?
Now before you ask me, "Can I split up my routine in some way?" Of course you can. But split it up based on what your body DOES, not based on what "part" it is. Splitting up by parts makes as much sense as splitting up by the number of freckles in that area."
Let have a respectful discussion ;)