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I actually feel great. Originally I started with 21 Sets per workout before reaching around 30 Sets.
how many reps in each set?


atm i'm in the gym twice a week, because i have cricket training (~2 hours) + the match (~5 hours) on another 2 days so if i was to do any more my ankle and back would be fucked worse than they are now.


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how many reps in each set?


atm i'm in the gym twice a week, because i have cricket training (~2 hours) + the match (~5 hours) on another 2 days so if i was to do any more my ankle and back would be fucked worse than they are now.
I always keep it 8 to 12
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post #2545 of 5101 (permalink) Old 10-11-2012, 09:41 AM
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Holy over training not even a pro bodybuilder on every single possible anabolic would train this much

A better split would be chest shoulder tri / legs / back/bi off repeat... you are doing wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much
The term over training is used way to much in fitness and is very misused and misleading. Just like the term buried in wrestling.
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hey leute,

mag mich hier auch mal einbringen, Wrestling ist und bleibt Show, aber dennoch ist es unabdingbar gut in Form zu sein um das Verletzungsrisiko zu minimieren.
Ich selbst weiss einiges darüber da ich als Personaltrainer arbeite.
wer ein paar Tipps möchte wie er fitter werden kann schreibt mir eine pn oder erkundigt sich auf meiner hp tarekayad.de

ich stehe gern für jegliche art von fragen zur verfügung

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Except that you're either overtraining or you're working at a rubbish intensity.


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ok, ending a long cutting cycle after October (after Halloween to be exact). I've dropping a lot of weight since I got to college (pittsburgh is full of hills and my house is up like a 2 mile hill). So, I've calculated my calories needed, but I'm not sure on the percentages of fat/carb/protein to go. I know of the 20/40/40, but I keep getting different answers all over BB.com nad elsewhere on the internet. So I'd like to add to that, what should my percentages be for gaining strength and size?
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