It is divided into upper A, lower A, upper B and lower B
In the intermediate lower/upper routine, the person is required to work out for two consecutive days, then rest for a day before proceeding to work out for another two consecutive days. The cycle then repeats itself. For instance, doing upper A on Monday, then upper B on Tuesday, resting on Wednesday and resuming the routine on Thursday. This type is different from the DB as working out is consecutive.
When carrying out the workouts, the person is to add 5lbs and 10 lbs to the upper body lift and lower body lift respectively. This addition is to be done in every two weeks. Furthermore, the individual can opt to increase the reps by a minimal 1 on each set, say, for example, doing bench 3×6 instead of 3×5. Upon completion of that week’s routine, the weight increase and so do the reps which go back to the normal 3×5. In addition, if the individual feels like doing isolation exercises, he or she should rely on their best judgment on weight increment. Such isolation exercises together with the routinely exercises may ensure a faster progression.