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Your question is somewhat overly simplistic and assumes that if there were an evidenced base solution, it would be the same for everyone. That's not the case. I like to think of adaptation as a synergistic, complicated process that requires more than just weight training. Neglecting all other aspects (eg. Nutrition, recovery, genetics, etc.) that ...


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Considering you have not trained for 6 months, and you state you've lost "practically all your muscle", I think you should consider yourself a beginner again. There are many workout plans out there suitable for beginners. The ones that work well are those which keep certain aspects of the novice trainee in mind: A focus on strength development, which will ...


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Your plan looked similar to the one i was starting with, except 2 things: I like to do a leg-only-day, so you can first of all focus fully on the one half of your body and second, i'm always so exhausted after legs, i can't train shoulders then. So if you are not that fit atm, you might consider this. I trained shoulders on chest day, because your ...



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