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Picking How Many Days To Train?

How often can you train a body part, muscle group or movement pattern?

Well that depends on quite a few different factors. How long have you been training? What are you training for? How strong are you? How is your recovery ability? Are you healthy or injured? What other physical activities do you engage in? What have you been doing in your workouts lately?

Let’s address each of those and show why they are so important in determining this.

How long have you been training?
If you are a beginner you will always do full body workouts three days per week, no questions asked. If you are an intermediate you may switch to upper/lower splits and train four days per week or still three days, just spreading your two upper and two lower workouts over 9 days instead of 7. If you are advanced you may stick with this plan or perhaps do two upper and one lower workout per week. Or maybe you may do a pushing workout, a lower body workout and a pushing workout, or some variation of that. Read More

David Deleon – Texas Strength Coach

Here’s an awesome interview I did with my friend and fellow ass kicker, David Deleon.

You can find out more about him here ======>http://otlfitness.com/ and how him and his team get down in Texas.

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