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You must have misunderstood the author about this. I've read the book and the workout routines was at least twice a week in the routine "New Blood" He also includes more intense routines but he advises not to use them until you reach level 7 of each of the big six movements. But if you're planning to workout just once a week, You will hardly see any ...


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Yes, you will see improvements, but they will be slow. The residual training effect table on exrx.net (found here, screenshot below) describes how the body retains changes in body state and motor control after ceasing to exercise for a certain time period: The table shows a 15 day (+/- 5 day) retention period on strength endurance. This is defined as: ...


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Hi Peter, Assuming you aren't performing any other muscle building or weightlifting exercises, one day exercise is not enough. The 6-day rest period is too large to make any significant progress, especially if you're just starting. Any benefit you see in a day will have eroded by the 4th to 5th day. I haven't read the book, but it's likely that the author ...


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You will probably see an initial benefit, but I doubt it'd take you far. 3x Week will be more efficient and will allow you to see benefit much further down the road assuming you follow proper progression and eating.


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Most of the good answers given have touched on the exercises (and repetitions) you need to build muscles and strength. That being said, none of the answers have touched on these: body weight exercises . Pull ups and chin ups: Do 20 of these daily and in one month, you should noticeably see bulges on your lateral muscles (the upper part of your ...


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The amount for different people varies, but if you can afford to train each body part once a week, there is strong evidence to suggest that this is more than enough to see gains over an extended period of time, well into old age. If you pick compound exercises you can further reduce the time needed by training multiple bodyparts at the same time. Here is ...



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