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    Different approach to lifting?

    Im really bored and want to lift.

    Did chest/tris in the AM to much to do back/bis in the PM


    Day1: Chest/light tris AM Back/light Bis PM
    Day2: Quads/calves
    Day3: Shoulders/15 mins cardio after workout
    Day4: OFF
    Day5: Back/bis & Hams/calves (Heavy deadlifts for back hams and some quad work)
    Day6: Chest/tris
    Day7: OFF
    Day8: OFF

    Day1: REPEAT


    Is that routine a little ridiculous or nah? I feel like i can do it with no problem but always worry about overtraining. I've been cruising and been maintaining 200lbs...Been eating a little more. Rest more or fuck shit up?

    PS-High test cycle starting in a week or 2


    thought?

    will rep

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    I say fuck shit up! I always feel like a pussy when I take days off lol I love going to the gym twice a day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris10 View Post
    I say fuck shit up! I always feel like a pussy when I take days off lol I love going to the gym twice a day!!
    hahah i know, right. always OCD about overtraining and everything!! eating to much, etc.

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    I prefer pairing upper/lower for 2-a-days. 1 morning workout a week isn't going to kill you. Just STFU and lift, bitch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stfuandliftbtch View Post
    I feel like i can do it with no problem but always worry about overtraining.
    Are you getting stronger? If you are, you're not overtraining.
    Rules? You mean we have RULES for that???

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