Poll: What did your twice-a-day training experience provide?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by BigCasino
    Can you be more specific Achilles? Were you on cycle. What was your schedule like. I'm seriously considering giving it a shot, but time is not something I have a lot of to fluck around with, so I want to make sure it's a chance worth taking based on feedback from you fellas. Very helpful thread


    Usually, after my first meal in the morning and after class I would hit the gym. I usually work 2 body parts per day(still do). After A little cardio workout, i'd do my first bodypart(monday would be Chest/abs, tues, back/lats, wed shoulders/traps etc). So my first workout I would concentrate nothing but chest, then my next workout, which was usually 6 to 7 hours later, I would concentrate nothing but abs. Diet was top notch, eating 7 to 8 times a day. Only thing I was on which I am currently using now was creatine(if you consider ON a supp I was on that too, but I have been on that forever). Anything else that can be helpful feel free to ask.


  2. I don't understand the list of options
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by rake922
    I don't understand the list of options
    That's pretty awful.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by LCSULLA
    Did when I was in HS, but I would burn out to quick.
    same here, it was a senior year thing. I even did cardio.. no anabolics, stupid idea overall for me thanks to Muscle Fitness. Lost a lot of fat though, strength didn't move...

    if I get time I'll do it again, but you're crazy if you go more than 60minutes at a time. It's so hard to find that time though, 2 gym trips of 1 hr. each, plus time to drive to the gym, plus time to eat, plus time to sleep, plus time to just relax (if there is such a thing). I'm thinking 1 day on - 1 day off, 2-a-day training. Anything more is crazy in my book

    man you gotta be either juiced up or a complete newbie to really really benefit from 2-a-day training methinks. Not including a perfect diet and perfect timing of sugars and aminos.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by CEDeoudes59 View Post
    man you gotta be either juiced up or a complete newbie to really really benefit from 2-a-day training methinks. Not including a perfect diet and perfect timing of sugars and aminos.
    i assume your talking about weight training and muscle growth only?

    cuz most colleges pratice 2x a day if your on any hardcore sport. i know i did Crew and well hardest thing in the freaking world. 2 pratices a day at least 3-4 days a week double pratices wiht 6 days of pratice total and usuually had sundays off or raced that day. so only 1 day off a week and my body was a temple. it was just amazing i could do everything and was pretty strong too for not even hitting weights to much.

    also all these big freaking dudes winning everything train for long periods of time 1-2 times daily often no? all the dudes in arnolds day trained for hours and hours daily. im sure it wouldnt matter if they did it 2x a day which many did.

    wow i shush now. anyways i wish we could all agree on something that works or something that is harmfull.

    some people still workout for 1-3hours. lately my workouts have been 30-1hour and im feeling pretty goood. just some food for thought.

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  6. Even in Arnold's day, it wasnt something that they did daily for months, upon months @ a time... i see where it may benefit if it was cycled on and off...say 4-6 weeks...

    Most colleges do 2adays, but it's not as if their doing heavy weights 2times a day, or heavy endurance exercises 2 times a day...its normally a mixture

  7. i did it for five months, lift at 3, cardio at 9 and never took a day off, only when i was sick or hurt. today i have a pulled hammy, had hernia surgery on monday and my left shoulder kills. Dont do it, ure body does not have a chance to recover. I did however go from 185 to 223 at 9% body fat.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by pavb10 View Post
    i did it for five months, lift at 3, cardio at 9 and never took a day off, only when i was sick or hurt. today i have a pulled hammy, had hernia surgery on monday and my left shoulder kills. Dont do it, ure body does not have a chance to recover. I did however go from 185 to 223 at 9% body fat.
    wait.. so you gained 38 lbs of muscle in 5 months?

  9. i guess so i was recovering from jaw surgery and not eating though
  

  
 

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