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    Push Pull Legs

    This is one of the best training divisions in my opinion.
    It allows you to train each part of the body for 2x per weeks, and the good thing is there is a day just for the legs .

    Chest, Shoulder, Triceps

    Back ,Trapezium and biceps ...

    Legs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davi Meireles View Post
    This is one of the best training divisions in my opinion.
    It allows you to train each part of the body for 2x per weeks, and the good thing is there is a day just for the legs .

    Chest, Shoulder, Triceps

    Back ,Trapezium and biceps ...

    Legs
    To me, its counter productive. Im not one of the freaks that can train big muscle groups twice a week I sure wish I could. I envy those that do. Even doing low intensity work I still am not able to do it and go work for a living. For example I rarely train balls out intensely anymore but if I do a all out failure set with 405 on squats or deadlifts it will take 8-10 days for my CNS to fully recover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuz View Post
    To me, its counter productive. Im not one of the freaks that can train big muscle groups twice a week I sure wish I could. I envy those that do. Even doing low intensity work I still am not able to do it and go work for a living. For example I rarely train balls out intensely anymore but if I do a all out failure set with 405 on squats or deadlifts it will take 8-10 days for my CNS to fully recover.
    Can't you get along training twice a week the same muscle even with PED's? I think the body recovers in enough time between one session and another when you have AAS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
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    Yes sir sorry I posted in the wrong sub forum

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    Okay nice. Should try tho

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