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Thread: whats everyons training splits?

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    Wannabebig Member
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    whats everyons training splits?

    im starting to notice im not 100% rested going in to my next workouts. like today i was still sore from deadlifting on sunday and i was supposd to squat today. and i did, when i should of listened to my body and i endded up haveing a terrible squat day. just curious on what everyones splits are looking like and what type of split would allow for the most amount of rest time? my split looks like this right now:
    Tues-bench assistance

    thanks for the help!

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    phil 4:13 Bako Lifter's Avatar
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    Sorry bro but there's an active thread going on with the same exact topic right now.

    Look around for it.
    age: 25.... height: 5'8 .... weight: 170

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    o, didnt realize. dont use this forum a lot

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    sunday - speed bench
    monday - max effort squat and deadlift
    wednesday - max effort bench
    friday - speed squat and deadlift

    to get used to it, i would just go on monday and wednesday til you get used to it. if you dont know about the speed days and max effort days, you can learn about them at if you do 3x3, 5x5, or any progressive overload type of training id say just do bench with assistance work once a week, then assistance another day if you're not sore. for squat and deadlift, i would do them on the same day with assistance work, just dont overtrain. assistance work again another day if you arent sore. and make sure to eat plenty of protein if you dont, and take some glutamine.

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