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Yes, the difference would be quite substantial. When we're in school, there's a reason we learn a little bit of math every day, rather than have fifty teachers go through ALL the math for us in one day. We need time to process lessons learned before we go on to the next level. Our bodies also need time to process physical exercise. During a session of ...


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If you desire a thorough review of strength training and analyze how many variables affect the results, I would direct you towards Supertraining by Yuri V Verkhoshansky & Mel C Siff. One of the bible of training... but not an easy read. Regarding your specific question, as many times in training, it depends. On you and your objectives. If objective is ...


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