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    _Tiger_ is offline Member
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    Ahh Damn :(

    I'm not sure what exactly is going on with me, I've been tired and lethargic lately... but I definitely hit my chest/back too hard when i worked them out (yes, separately..haha) and i'm way sore. should i just keep out of the gym and rest up or can i train legs? any advice

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    Can you say overtraining ,,lol dident I post a workout for u and some pointers read them some times I wonder why I bother...

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    lol SPG I'm doing your workout, I just hit those specific muscle groups too hard on the days I trained them...dont worry I listen to ya bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanStew
    lol SPG I'm doing your workout, I just hit those specific muscle groups too hard on the days I trained them...dont worry I listen to ya bro
    ok bro,,

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    overtraining maybe?

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    You can go ahead and train legs if your back/chest is sore. One bodypart on me is always sore while I am training a different one. Just manipulate your split so those muscle don't interfer with each other as a sore back might interfer with stabilization during a squat. If you are gettting that sore, I might consider reducing the volume or making changes to your workout. The muscle needs a stimulus, that's it.

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