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Old 11-12-2010, 03:58 PM   #5
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Theres no one-rule-fits-all when it comes to overtraining imo, everyone is different. Bottom line is that everyone will adapt, eventually.

The reason my max-squat every workout program failed was that i didnt have time to eat and sleep in sufficent amounts, for example.

Check out this article, i thought it was quite spot on when it comes to "overtraining".

Squatting Every Day and the John Broz Training Method
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