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MIKE RASHID EBOOK PROGRAMS for each movement, as well as resting periods. Trust me this is challenging enough as is, even for me." -Mike. download Now . The latest edition in Mike Rashid's Overtraining series! This is 4 weeks of killer intense workouts that will train your chest like you've never trained it before!. The Foundation EBOOK: Mastering The Basics by Mike Rashid - IMSOALPHA. COM.


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Watched Mike Rashid/CT Fletcher's vids and adopted an entirely new philosophy about training a while back. I don't believe in over-training. rashid - http www imsoalpha com the complete over training total body program ebook by mike rashid skip navigation complete overtraining program mike. Muscle sensation Mike Rashid, whose motto is "Train Your Mind as Hard as You Train Your Body," explains his shoulder massifier step by step.

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Im all for high intensity- I go to failure on a ton of different exercises, but it fits my program- bro split based.

That said Ive also trained for years, I know my body, how long it takes to recover, when to go balls to the wall vs when to focus more on mind muscle connection.. Think everyone needs to find that balance and know there limitations, theres never one right way for every one.

Ironwill has basically nailed everything right on the head. Finding that right balance between training and recovery is the key to staying in this game for the long haul.

Ive been lifting for almost 3 years solid and im now just beginning to notice where my limits are. But im still experimenting to find out what works best for me.

I tend to recover quicker than most people so my body seems to respond better to higher frequency. Thats just what ive discovered.

Experiment but dont be dumb. Try things out that are reasonable.

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Whether its higher volume, higher frequency, higher intensity, etc. And find your strengths. I rep back: SIZE Bench: Originally Posted by Finnegan Bell. Thats called Linear Periodization.

It was proved bad decades ago. You should train both Hypertrophy and strength at the same week. Aka Non-Linear periodization. Absolutely, there are a lot of bits of advice that people dish out to every man and his dog when it might not apply.

I've lost count of the amount of times I've seen some guy saying they want to train for size and some other guy advising "just train for strength then bro, if you're getting stronger you're getting bigger" - not strictly necessary, a lot of strength gains come from neural adaptions.

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Granted, you always want to keep gaining strength to avoid plateauing, and some people might get hypertrophy from 5x5 training. Not everyone will get a hypertrophic response from lower rep training though, and you can gain strength from higher reps just as much as you can lower rep training.

Yeah, like I said just try it and see how you go man. Just don't forget, the majority of the time people that overtrain, overtrain their central nervous system rather than their muscles.

I personally shudder at the thought of training 3 days in a row, but I don't think my training style would permit it.Do not raise from the front of your thighs. The advice of a medical professional should be sought before participating in any physical activity or exercise program.

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Each set should be a progression, up to a one- to three-rep max. Kyle Clark Shot on location at: Participation in physical exercise or training activities outlined in this eBook, you do so entirely at your own risk.

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