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2007/06/17 21:19:43 (permalink)
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Twice a day?

Wondering what peoples thoughts were on training twice a day? especially when it concerns training with weights in the morning and then possibly playing Rugby, american football, competitive football etc.. in the evening.

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    AIRBORNE
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    RE: Twice a day? 2007/06/17 21:32:11 (permalink)
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    Nothing wrong with it whatsoever mate. It's not too good to have the two sessions back to back though.
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    RE: Twice a day? 2007/06/17 21:35:35 (permalink)
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    you can gtrian twice a day as long as overall volume is not to great.

    you may not want to play competive football after a hard leg session etc.

    you must be very active. reminds me of how i was about 8 years ago. those were the days.
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    Knightrider
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    RE: Twice a day? 2007/06/17 21:51:02 (permalink)
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    Yeah my girlfriend thinks im a little to active haha. Just trying to find time to fit everything in, especially on top of doing 12 hour work shifts to.. can be a pain in the bum

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    RE: Twice a day? 2007/06/18 16:06:13 (permalink)
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    Depends on how you train, your body, your age etc.....

    The danger is injury. I get injured most often not from lifting but from other sports if I am fatigued due to lifting.

    Karate and Judo can become quite dodgy following a heavy squat day. Squats don't hurt my knees. But Karate and Judo will if my legs are wore out from the Squats.

    Same with shoulders following a heavy chest day.

    But I'm almost 50 years old too.
    post edited by sanchin - 2007/06/18 16:07:51
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