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    jersey juice is offline Member
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    Routine on Juice

    I can't seem to get it right when it comes to training on juice. I feel that if I'm not liftin 5-6 times a week I'm not getting results even though I do. How many times a week do you guys train when on a cycle? I also powerlift and want to compete in my first meet this summer, I'm off right now so I lift 4x's Mon-legs/calves, Wed-chest/tris, Fri-back/bis, Sun-either arms or shoulders alternating weekly. I'm gonna start hitting it again christmas eve and want to know if I should keep doing what I'm doing or what. Any advise?

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    i train a body part a day. i'm off on wednesday and sunday. this is a training question, so i'm just gonna move it over.......

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    part per day

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    jersey juice

    jersey juice,
    Is what you are doing working for you? If so keep it up. I presently work out 4 to 5 days a week and I have often heard by many that this is way to much. I tend to ingorne this though as I have been working basiclly the same schedule for sevearal years and it seems to work fo me just fine. Look for your "nich" and go for it.
    Tobey

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    Sounds like good advise, see the thing is I powerlift, so training like a BB would be counter productive. Ex: Mon squats & assistance, Wed bench & assistance, Fri deadlifts and assistance Sundays I'll do arms or shoulders, but not as intense as my other workouts. Sure I want the BB look, but I want to compete and when I'm off it works just fine, my ? is can I turn up the volume without overtraining or should I stick to what I've been doing & up the intensity?? I think I might just up the intensity, juice or not my workouts are heavy & brutal...specially when you choke down your puke after deads or squats whooo.

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