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  • #105567
    b4ckf1r3
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    Hi,

    I usually workout 1 out of 2 days, so between each training I take a break. I was wondering if it would be a good idea to do the 3 days in a row and then take a break ?! I don’t want to overtrain, I heard that doing different kind of workout with the same muscles work different fibers in the muscles … I was wondering if the workout 1 would fit with that concept ? any suggestions ?

    Thanks

    #113695
    imported_Admin
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    Try it and see how you feel, depends on your age the amount of sleep you get and nutrition mostly just remember “under recovery” can be just as bad as under training.

    #113696
    ucffool
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    Personally, I couldn’t do it. I need those breaks between to avoid injury and give my muscles time. This is due to my overall weight (291lbs). Others like hosedragger work out with more frequency, so it will vary.

    #113697
    b4ckf1r3
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    I guess that’s a good starting point, I’ll try it out and post on the forum later.

    I’ve been following workout 1 for 3 weeks already and I’ve seen AMAZING results … I wasn’t sure how efficient it would be, now I’m impressed. I like it so much, and appreciate how exhausted I feel after each workout, even if it’s not THAT long. Every workout day I can’t wait to get home and actually do it so that’s why I was wondering …

    I’m 28, 5’9″ 210 lbs , get around 7hrs of sleep per night and I try to eat just right :)

    I used to weight around 170 lbs 2 years ago so I want to go back there ASAP and I’m ready to workout real hard to achieve my goal, but I was very afraid my muscles would suffer from overtraining

    Thank you guys for replying so fast, and thank you Kevin for creating this free, motivating website … It’s saving my life ;)

    #113698
    imported_Admin
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    Glad you like it be sure to spread the word!

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