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    Dear Ron,

    What's the most memorable comparison match up you've ever seen live?
    I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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    Hey Ron when is your next contest?

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    I found that I never had a problem with recovery from workouts until I read about "overtraining" in the late 80's, prior to that I was training and gaining on bodyparts 2-3 times a week, and even before that I used to trin chest and back everyday at home and those became my best bodyparts(the others were always weak in comparison before and after because I neglected them in comparison)

    wonder if the whole "overtraining" things is more of a mind game to be honest. At my best volume was high, short rests, lots of volume etc workouts like and hour.

    what I am trying to say is I never felt "overtrained" until I read a mike mentzer article. Mike was a smart man but very self and other defeating in bodybuilding in my opinion....think about for example "that dude" we all knew who trained arms 4-6 days a week, he usually had fucking awesome arms, just saying. And he did not train arms heavy stupid all the time, just trained them

    even scott abel came out with his book "hardgainers solution" he has people training whole body mulltiple times a week at different rep ranges/weights and they make gains because they don't go to failure, he based it on bill pearl's and bob gadja's thoughts on the matter(perhipial heart training)

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    Ron many thanks for the extensive answer to my question!overtraining it is real,everyone has a differnt work tolerance.if i train too hard and often with high volume i am sick all the time,inflamation on joints,bad sleep...so not too much training for me because i cant recover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvertos View Post
    Ron many thanks for the extensive answer to my question!overtraining it is real,everyone has a differnt work tolerance.if i train too hard and often with high volume i am sick all the time,inflamation on joints,bad sleep...so not too much training for me because i cant recover.
    You're welcome, and we are all individuals. There's no blanket routine that's best for everyone.


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    off topic ,but i wish i was there with you guys in vegas!

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