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Old 05-18-2012, 01:34 PM   #8
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I don't care, personally, where it comes from.

Its about common sense, trial and error, and what works, is the bottom line.

Each day you get up, and perform the functions of the day (work, activities, etc, etc), you are working the entire body, including mental capacities. The body works in unison, one having to do with the other, either directly or indirectly.

So, in this sense does it make sense to perform full body routines. Yes.

However, if time constraints and other issues prevent this in one session, Splits are another alternative.

In either, case, trial an error moves to either one. The one that works best.

Just common sense. Sometimes during heated debates, they lose focus, and common sense. And, sometimes some forget, that though we are the same flesh and blood, we are not put together the same.
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