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Common science suggests that 24 hours should be enough rest for s muscle. Some scientific studies suggest that more than 12 hard sets per muscle per DAY can be overkill for the average individual. Conventional wisdom suggests that you can train your body to recover faster and handle more work, also diet seems to help. Everything I said comes from the website ...


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There isn't that much difference between horizontal and vertical pulling movements. Horizontal pulling will require more work from the scapular adductors (trapezius and rhomboids) and less from the latissimus dorsi, while vertical pulling is the opposite, but there's still huge overlap between the two. So I wouldn't consider them distinct in the way that ...


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I personally think it's best to to do handstands, flips, and other movements where coming up a bit short can result in you landing on your head, before a more strenuous workout. Yes, you learn how to bail, but when you're tired, even that tends to get a little off. If training the handstands makes you too exhausted for the rest of the workout, I'd say that ...


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First, you can definitely include it at the end of your workouts, maybe unless you totally exhausted your shoulders (push days) or are just too exhausted in general. I would suggest this over adding handstands at the beginning of the workout in order to have more energy for the main workout and also be warmed up for the handstands. Second, unless you are ...


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