Making up a training routine for a beginner can be pretty simple and straight forward. However, when a person keeps training for about six months and progresses from the level of a beginner to intermediate trainee, challenges arise. Though the way in which the body parts are split and trained throughout a week need not change much, the choice of exercises might. For example, if a person shows significant growth in the front part of the deltoid but lacks development or strength in the rear head, he can begin his shoulder workout with an exercise for the rear head when energy levels are high. However, prioritising the rear head should not be at the cost of neglecting the other heads. With an experienced trainer by your side, a proper workout can be drawn to maintain the muscles that respond fast and prioritise those that are stubborn.