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  • Training Split

    Would doing back in the morning, then biceps at night be too much on the biceps? Only hitting each part once a week tho.

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    it shouldn't be too much...unless...your arms are still sore from back training. if your arms are still sore by the time you would start your bi's session, then you'll probably end up overtraining. just make sure to get in some good meals btwn sessions.

    however, if you don't feel able to fully train bi's in the same session as back, train them with something else or give them a separate day w/tri's. it doesn't really make sense to make 2 trips to the gym in one day if you really don't have to
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      Originally posted by maxamill29 View Post
      it shouldn't be too much...unless...your arms are still sore from back training. if your arms are still sore by the time you would start your bi's session, then you'll probably end up overtraining. just make sure to get in some good meals btwn sessions.

      however, if you don't feel able to fully train bi's in the same session as back, train them with something else or give them a separate day w/tri's. it doesn't really make sense to make 2 trips to the gym in one day if you really don't have to
      I agree. Is there some reason why you have to train twice in one day? If so, at least try throwing some other bodypart later

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