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    Just an idea. Off Days.

    Was thinking yesterday, because of my recent chest injury. I will be taking 2-3 weeks off for chest. Now last time I did this because of an injury a year and a half ago, I came back stronger and actually broke some plateaus. Here is what I was thinking, I was just wondering if anyone has actually tried this. I thought if I take 2-3 weeks off chest, then when I come back from chest why don't I take off 2 weeks for back, then shoulders, arms, etc... Has anyone tried this stradegy with any luck or results? Rather than taking a month off every 6 months, why not rotate bodyparts a couple weeks at a time a few times out of the year? My main concern would be IF you took off lets say Bi's for 2 weeks, they would still get worked during back, or tri's with chest etc.. any input?

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    I hear what your saying, Iíve even been thinking about a hole week of every month or so, I always seem to come back stronger when Iíve had time of, its just bringing my self to do it I have trouble with..Itís the classic one step back two steps forward type thing..
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    yea ive got a chest injury too like weve talked about..ill give it a go thursday and see what i can do

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    bump, anyone tried this? If so how'd it work or do you think it's a good idea. I feel like I'm gonna have to give it a go and see how it works..

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