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Veteran Thread The Importance of Rest and Recovery for Injury Prevention and Development of Lean Mass

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3-4 days per week while on gear is pushing it for me. 6 days per week on gear is for the majority on here overtraining. U have to be doing everything perfect to be able to get away with 5 days per week. And I don’t even train maximal intensity every workout. It takes longer than a week to recover from some of my workouts.
if it takes longer than a week to recover from a workout, typically it means you aren't following up with post-training recovery, aren't getting enough protein, have over-trained, aren't getting enough sleep or a combination of these factors. However you are older than me, at my age I'm able to get away with much more and my body is more efficient in general.
 
if it takes longer than a week to recover from a workout, typically it means you aren't following up with post-training recovery, aren't getting enough protein, have over-trained, aren't getting enough sleep or a combination of these factors. However you are older than me, at my age I'm able to get away with much more and my body is more efficient in general.
@Supertiredwantfood I agree, most over trained dont eat enough protein and dont sleep enough. High protein is a must.
 
good read right here
 
Imagine Sam Sulek training every day for 365 days with no rest days. He even works out in his basement on Christmas when the gym is closed, and he posts daily training videos. Sometimes, he goes as far as having two workout sessions in a single day, totaling over 400 training sessions in a year. LMAO:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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Imagine Sam Sulek training every day for 365 days with no rest days. He even works out in his basement on Christmas when the gym is closed, and he posts daily training videos. Sometimes, he goes as far as having two workout sessions in a single day, totaling over 400 training sessions in a year. LMAO:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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@co8ba he looks thick, he is doing it right already
 
Imagine Sam Sulek training every day for 365 days with no rest days. He even works out in his basement on Christmas when the gym is closed, and he posts daily training videos. Sometimes, he goes as far as having two workout sessions in a single day, totaling over 400 training sessions in a year. LMAO:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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mobster follows the social media crap but is he one of those youtubers who is on 4g of gear and every drug under the sun, but wants us to think his $600 program is the secret?
 
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