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Old 10-16-2013, 09:27 AM   #7
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I'll admit too that I often split up the workouts by removing squats and just putting them on a 2nd day. Between low recovery ability, hitting 40, my own business and kids on top of it all - an upper and lower day is a great compromise with these routines.

The only thing that baffles me from KTP is John's absolute insistence that all routines should be followed 3 days per week, "no more, no less" as often written.

And we aren't talking about light, medium, heavy or anything.

Hell even in my 20s it would have been a quick death from benching, squatting and deadlifting 3 times a week with maximum force.

- John
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