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Old 01-25-2010, 12:51 AM   #1
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What is everyones thoughts on training twice a day?
I have a friend who used to train twice a day in his prime, and he said he got his best gains training twice a day, all natural, he was huge aswell.

What are your thoughts on this? as most would say its over training?
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What is everyones thoughts on training twice a day?
I have a friend who used to train twice a day in his prime, and he said he got his best gains training twice a day, all natural, he was huge aswell.

What are your thoughts on this? as most would say its over training?
It depends on how you do it, a carefully thought out plan can be effective, but a poor one will screw you in the end.

Also id like to note that over training is one of the most misused terms in our community, without knowing you personally, and without being able to review previous logs i cant, nor can anyone else tell you what will constitute over training
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It depends on how you do it, a carefully thought out plan can be effective, but a poor one will screw you in the end.
^ This.

There are two programs that spring to mind that feature AM/PM training sessions, both are good.

Fred Hatfield's ABC & Chad Waterberry's High Frequency system.
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^ This.

There are two programs that spring to mind that feature AM/PM training sessions, both are good.

Fred Hatfield's ABC & Chad Waterberry's High Frequency system.
Thanks for the Replies dudes! i guess i gota figure out my recovery abilities!
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your muscles will never heal, which means you wont see much gains..Only way to train two times a day would be one workout and one cardio session
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One work out and one cardio session, or one compound movement in the day, and the isolation/assistance excercises in the night but you need to take the next day off to rest or hit a completely different body split to make it work.
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