Hope I've got the right section this time!
I work out in a small town gym, and my workout buddy has had some stuff go down, and he's got to change the time that he works out.
Presently, we work out 4 times a week together for about an hour - 1.25 hours per session (cardio afterwards discluded). Ususally we start just after supper. Now he's got about 45 minutes in the middle of the day that he can work out.
Normally, the split (I think the term is), would be Chest/Triceps, Back/Biceps, Shoulders, and Legs. Is it possible to split a workout to be like chest for 40 - 45 minutes, and then triceps a few hours later for 1/2 hour to 45 minutes? Same with the back & Bi work out?
I seem to recall hearing how your body will only enter the anabollic state for about an hour, and after that you're just wasting time. Would that hold true for splitting up the workout like this?
Seems to me, that the best part of working out chest/tri's, is that the triceps got tired from helping the chest out when benching etc. Let's say I was to do the chest routine and then do Tri's later on, I'm guessing I'd have to do the Tris a lot harder/more exercise to get the same results. Is that correct?
Any help that you can provide would be excellent.