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Old 11-23-2013, 04:20 PM   #11
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Also another advantage of full body routines such as HST would be that you could do them as often as you want. You would be growing more often and could take days off as and when you need them. For instance, if you have a week crammed full of work , you could train 3x or 2x. If you have a week off work, you could train 6x a week and benefit from the protein synthesis and frequent stimulation of muscles. This is how I intend to train in the future. Again, this is just advice but I really think it could benefit anyone with a busy schedule.
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Tobes,

That is how I train right now. Works well, and this isn't my first time doing this. Very limited number of moves for myself right ow, as I don't use my stands very much.
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If you have some time to kill you could build yourself a cage, that's what I did.

It took me about 8 hours to build it and around $500 in steel. Properly be cheaper to build on over your way.

Its piss easy. If you need some plans to build one give me a shout.

One of the cages I use is simply 4 hunks of steel box section bolted to the floor and to the roof beams and some 1/2 inch holes drilled on the uprites for the spotter bars. The spotter bars are just 2 hunks of box section that you bolt to the half inch holes to span the uprites. Simple but effective.
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