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    W/O 2 times/day while on cycle?

    Hey guys I was just wondering if this would make any sense. I read it on another members thread and he said it worked well.

    If I were to do 2 workouts a day, would it be overtraining? I think the other member did a normal heavy w/o earlier in the day, and a lighter weight high speed reps w/o later in the day. :spudnikma

    Any comments or advice on this. Thanks bros.

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    Thats what Kevin Lavrone did

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    Quote Originally Posted by bignatt
    Thats what Kevin Lavrone did
    Huh, did not know that.

    Well he seems to be doin ok.

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    Ya it was the year he made the huge comeback for the olympia

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    You would definatly overtrain if you don't have some serious knowledge about how your body works. Alot of Powerlifters workout twice a day, but they really know what they are doing, and they really know their bodies.

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    arnold used to do it..but as they say listen to your body.. dont overtrain..

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    Thats some pros.. for most of us here, thats overtraining.

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