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Thread: How Often Per Week Do You Normally Workout?

  1. #52

    Default How Often Per Week Do You Normally Workout?

    6 days....

    One body part per week


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  2. #53

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    5 times per week depending on what way Im working plus whatever cycling I do outside of the gym.

  3. #54
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    twice a day some times depending on my phase of the program. I do heavy and low or light and high. Just depeneds and also depends on what supps I can afford for the month.

  4. #55

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    I do 5 days a week.

  5. #56

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    i try to do "something" each day

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    I recently started 'day on, day off' and I'm getting growth and more strength.

    With 'day on day off' it will be 4 timer per week regardless of your lifting and rest days.

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    5 times a week.
    Back(sometimes with ham)
    Arms
    Legs(sometimes only quads)
    Chest
    shoulders


    and not in this order
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    5 or 6 times a week. Normally 4 weight sessions and 2 Muay Thai sessions.

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    I work out 5 days a week with each day focusing on a different muscle group.

    Monday is chest day
    Tuesday is back day
    Wednesday is shoulders
    Thursday is leg day
    friday is arm day
    Saturday and Sunday are rest and fixing the house days.
    and with all of those there are stabilizer workouts for the little things that may need improvement.

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    Weights - every other day, cardio - 5-6 X week. Day or even 2 off whenever I feel like it. When I was younger and trying to gain strength, myself and partners would train 7 weeks on, 1 off religiously. Worked well.

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    5 days a week, one body area each day, with the weekend for resting or make up days.

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    Training 5 Days a week a body part a Day is ok and you can really blast each muscle group and of course the "overlap" makes it work. You can never really isolate any mucle(s) group. However i think full body and upper, lower are great too. I mean if you are training hard upper body with rowing SS with Dips what muscle in your upper body is not trained? When you do say a 5 Day split.. how many exercises do you really need for arms? The pumpin up cable stuff is just fucking fluff.

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    I personally enjoy 5-6 days in the gym or one body part per session. I have noticed I can focus more intensely on the one muscle being trained and I can keep the sessions to a little over an hour. I think it comes down to personal preference and experimenting with what works for you.

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    5 days. Split body parts. Fasted AM cardio 3x/week.

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