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Old 02-02-2013, 11:18 PM   #11
DevoD
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Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Canada
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
The routine is rarely the key to success. Most routines will serve you well as long as they have a proven track record.

If you want to do an upper/lower then you should. As long as you have a specific progression approach going in.

Let me know if you need help picking an upper/lower.

Thanks for the advice again, I see you take the time to answer as many threads as you can everyday. Tomorrow I will log the end of my 12 day cycle; I love my current program, but starting a new job (3 nights a week) with college, I think it would be wise to use an upper/lower split for recovery.

Hopefully I will have my mind finally made up by then! The 3 on 1 off and keeping sessions at 45 minutes with 10-12 sets max per body part seems to be alright for recovery. At my age my hormones/recovery may be as good as they ever get so I'd hate to waste anymore time!

Thanks, D
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