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Old 06-07-2011, 01:09 AM   #1

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Default Quick question - chest/back after arms day?

hey boys i been training with a friend and he had me do shoulders/arms yesterday he told me to do legs today but if they are still sore from heavy squats few days ago i should do chest/back.

how bad is it to work chest after a shoulder arm day?

my triceps and biceps arent sore though but my legs are still little bit messed up from squatting?

worked shoulders/arms yesterday will chest/back next day affect their growth?

i used google before i posted everyone says "ideally you should wait a day" but i feel like benching ><
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