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Had a leg workout yesterday and normally can't walk the next day. But today feel as if I could do another full Leg workout.

Do you change your routine as in hit the muscles twice a week or more?
 

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First off I wouldn't take soreness as a primary indicator as to how often to train a muscle group, I think its trial and error you have to look at your results from cycle to cycle and see what you've done differently.

I've seen guys grow like crazy with a push/pull/legs routine whilst on good doses of gear.
 

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samsam said:
Had a leg workout yesterday and normally can't walk the next day. But today feel as if I could do another full Leg workout.

Do you change your routine as in hit the muscles twice a week or more?
only been on the one cycle but i kept things fairly similar with an increase in intensity e.g. extra odd set for an exercise. still important to get plenty of rest dont think i could cope with two full leg days in a week lol
 

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DOMS are not a sure sign of a tough workout. like someone has already said. Pain (or the absence of pain) doesnt directly imply an easy workout. If you are working to a fatigued state, and are making gains on a weekly basis, then i would stick with the programme.

The day you start stalling and cant move forward is the day to change things up. Just my opinion tho.
 

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I'm not planning on doing legs more then once a week was just thinking because I guess you recover quicker while on aas so do people change there routine to benefit this?
 
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