^ Then you're on longer doing a fb
program, you're doing upper/lower.
^Yes, I've been using basic movements only.
What that later means? Is it like after the squat or in second workout?
Weightlifters quite regularly do two sessions a day: first session is their pulls (snatches and C&J); and the second session is their accessories, like squats and GM's.
gotta agree with this. im doing upper/ lower now and my appetite is insane. i eat everything in sight atm. im actually considering full body 3x week; myself now, because as u say, it feels so damn good working large parts of ur body many times per week. feel like im constantly growing instead of like before, where i would wait for 7 days until hitting that mucle again. and would be recovered after 2-3 and just aching to train it again for the next 4 lol:/ :D
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Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
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In the fell clutch of circumstance
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Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.
It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
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hey guys pls log those workouts and progress..
I'm not going to switch my slpit routine until i see some consistent material.
yeah i'm pretty much insecure about my workouts. :umwtf:
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Oly lifters also train more times a day but thats a really different training to what most peopel do here. The amount of volume they use would be overkill for most of us.
^^ You do have to balance the program especially when you are specifically after the strength and muscle gains. Weightlifters obviously do a lot of skill training as part of the workouts that just isn't present in other lifting styles to the same extent. So the box squats wouldn't be another heavy session, but relatively light work.
But the research is there, the proof of application is there, but in honesty who has the time to train twice a day? I'd say if you did you'd be a professional that doesn't do anything else all day or whatever else they do do is done half-arsed. For most people to train twice a day they'd have to give up a lot of the rest of their lives just to get to the gym, let alone recover.