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? about recovery

Jimbo

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I have been wondering about recovery time. I train 2x a week. After I train a muscles like chest. It takes about 4-5 days for the soreness to go away. Is another 3 days enough to produce maximum growth after?? Can I take a natural supplement that would help me speed up a little faster. I just want to be able to train 3x a week. Get all 3 of my lifts in Bench,Squat,Deads, in the same week...

Any input?
 

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I wouldn't try to put squats and dead in the same week, but you may want to look into training westside style if you're up to it. It'll work your ass pretty good, hit all the major lifts twice/wk. I've been runnin a quasi Westside routine for a while and really like it.
 

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Have you thought about cutting down on the number of sets and exercises you do per bodypart? That could help your recovery immensely. I've been training with someone lately who keeps trying to beat the idea into my head to keep things as basic as possible. It really does make a huge difference. Good luck with your training.
 

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DIEZEL666 said:
Have you thought about cutting down on the number of sets and exercises you do per bodypart? That could help your recovery immensely. I've been training with someone lately who keeps trying to beat the idea into my head to keep things as basic as possible. It really does make a huge difference. Good luck with your training.
Basics are so important. I liked Dorian's take on all the fancy programs and switching shit up every second day bla bla bla - he said (something like) "if you're always changing what you're doing, how do you know you're improving?"

Keep it simple, keep your volume in check, train one day on, one day off (if recovery is an issue), carb up after a workout, sleep, and split your bodyparts so that they aren't getting secondary workouts consecutively. IronMike
 

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