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The 1970's produced the most impressive male physiques the world has ever seen.The bodybuilders of the 70's made Zeus and Hercules look like pencil necks.
For example they may work Chest on Monday, Back on Tuesday, rest on Wednesday, Legs on Thursday, Shoulders and Arms on Friday, and rest on Saturday and Sunday.
The 70's era bodybuilders were in the gym 6 days per week doing lots of heavy work, resting very little, and spending a long time in the gym to achieve the look of perfection. A trainer must use his instinct to find what works for him.
We will look at the bodypart splits (the days they worked each muscle groups) and the exercises they used.
It is for the reader to determined his choice of exercises and rep scheme (the amount of reps you will do per set).
Bodybuilding in the 1970's was about achieving perfection of the male body.
70's bodybuilding was about building the most aesthetic, muscular and strong body attainable by man. This is the de-facto bodypart split of the 1970's era bodybuilders: Monday: Chest and Back Tuesday: Shoulders and Arms Wednesday: Legs Thursday: Chest and Back Friday: Shoulders and Arms Saturday: Legs Sunday: Rest Abdominals (Abs), Calves, Neck and Trapezius work was done 4-6 times per week or as needed.