Traditional H.I.T would have you perform full body workouts, and Back in the 70s, early 80s, Mike did advocate full body training himself, as well as a 2 way split (legs /chest / triceps one workout, back, shoulders, biceps the next) however when he become a trainer himself in the early 90s he began to advocate a 3 way split routine (push, pull, legs), by the mid 90s he advocated a 4 way, (chest & back, legs, shoulders & arms and then legs again) training only once every 4-7 days.
This video was filmed the before Mikes passing, but this was his 4 way heavy duty 2 routine.
Chest & Backhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcMOG0ECqDU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhYlg1ulqMEhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrESOnAJj44
Shoulders & Armshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rovfxzdC8s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3UAZ-p-MtA
This was Mikes latter thoughts, he also advocated switching to a "consolidation routine", this was to reduce overlapping, these CR workouts were full body workouts, he recommended...
1.squats or leg presses
1.Deadlifts or Leg Presses
2. Dips or Incline Press
but In general, Mike found that a full body workout was in his words "too much in one sitting", especially for the advanced trainee who had become much stronger.