I'm often curious why training ( for bodybuilding ) is different than it used to be. Whenever I read anything by the old timers, or when I've had the privelage to interact with them, they all advocate the same training program. This is the typical " 6 days a week, each bodypart twice " program that we all know about. And it seems to be across the board. Arnold, Robinson, Haney, Paris, Franco, etc. all preach the same system. Though NOW it seems like everyone advocates 4-6 days a week in the gym while hitting each bodypart once a week. i.e. MONDAY = CHEST.......Athletes in any other sport all constantly training. I don't believe that has ever changed. Why, in bodybuilding, did we all decide that we needed to cut our workload in half? Who has thoughts?