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    In die land van die blindes is die eenoog koning
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    Question Morning and evening training

    Due to timetabling I have the time now to train first thing in the morning and later on late afternoon/at night... So I was wondering is there anything I should and should not do...

    example train the same body part like tri's in the morning and then in the evening or use the morning for cardio work and evening for weights.

    Any advice would be helpful in regards to this

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    cardio in the morning and weights in the evening but if you have years of training go for:
    morning evening
    chest bis/tris/abs
    back shoulders
    quads hams/calves
    OR
    bis/hams shoulders
    chest back/abs
    quads/calves tris
    OR
    chest bis
    shoulders abs/calves
    OFF
    back tris
    quads hams
    OFF
    OFF
    OR
    chest bis
    back tris
    quads hams
    shoulders calves/abs

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    cheers for the insight

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    what are your goals?

    bulk? cut?

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    maybe cut just mainly wanna train to be honest ... currently just enjoying working out but I dont wanna do it wrong or injure myself so though I would ask

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    matey follow the rocky technique go for a good walk down to the beach in the morning aim your heart rate at 65% of its maximum to burn fat, then go for your weights in the evening your best at cardio in the mornings so give it some

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    the beach? I dont wanna mess what evers there ... besides hows dale and still have a voucher from the fellsider team ramrod victory

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    hes good mate really shaping up training him hard and increasing his weights starting to develop some good definition and losing at lot of body fat proud of my work to be honest

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    Quote Originally Posted by RXnik View Post
    hes good mate really shaping up training him hard and increasing his weights starting to develop some good definition and losing at lot of body fat proud of my work to be honest

    thats pretty good hopefully he'll reduce the ol' chain smoking saw big Jesus he asks if your were well and how la clen was... so tried to inform

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    Quote Originally Posted by stavmangr View Post
    cardio in the morning and weights in the evening but if you have years of training go for:
    morning -------evening
    chest ----------bis/tris/abs
    back -----------shoulders
    quads ----------hams/calves
    OR
    bis/hams---- ----shoulders
    chest -----------back/abs
    quads/calves----- tris
    OR
    chest -----------bis
    shoulders---- ----abs/calves
    OFF
    back ------------tris
    quads------- ----hams
    OFF
    OFF
    OR
    chest----------- bis
    back--------- --tris
    quads ----------hams
    shoulders------- calves/abs
    I THINK NOW IT MAKES MORE SENSE

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    Quote Originally Posted by stavmangr View Post
    I THINK NOW IT MAKES MORE SENSE

    cheers again for the advice

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    the clen had good results to be honest bud about 13lb drop in 3 weeks

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    Re: Morning and evening training

    Quote Originally Posted by RXnik View Post
    the clen had good results to be honest bud about 13lb drop in 3 weeks

    dont know man jesus put the fear in me says you should feel heart pulputations just abit of hard work and self disicipline for me

    "do you accept NUS"
    "None of that stihe for me my body's a temple"
    alittle max there for my bru

 

 

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