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    Question

    is it good to always keep switching up your workouts every few months so your body doesnt adjust?

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    Sounds like you answered your question in your question.

    Yes, it is.

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    Yes of course. Just like swole said you answered your question. Changing up your workout will provide for a greater stimulus.

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    I change my workout every time I hit the weights, I learn something new every time

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    so you never do chest on the same day? ect...

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    no he means he never does the same chest routine!

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    keeping the same exact routine for 6-8 weeks is the best way to go IMO so you can keep track of your routine and your progress, and once it stops then switch it up!

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    Don't over emphasize variation and under emphasize progressive overload. Changing up exercises and routines is great, but I truly believe as long as you are progressively overloading, growth will occur!!

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