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Jeremy

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Double sessions
« on: December 29, 2017, 08:59:31 PM »
Hi everyone. New to the forum and this training. I got the android app a while back but haven't made the switch from conjugate yet. My question is, let's say on Monday the workout calls for squat/bench/squat plus assistance. Is this meant to be one session or are you supposed to split it up? Say a morning and evening session. I searched the forums a little bit but couldn't find anything before registering. Am I confused over something that doesn't matter? Thanks a bunch everybody!
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Re: Double sessions
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2018, 11:14:43 PM »
hello Jeremy

This is usually done either in one session, or as sheiko had originally intended, you'd do the squat/bench in the morning, then come back for the other squat and assistance. Most people don't have time for 2 workouts per day, so they usually put everything together.

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Phil
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Re: Double sessions
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2018, 12:27:59 PM »
hello Jeremy

This is usually done either in one session, or as sheiko had originally intended, you'd do the squat/bench in the morning, then come back for the other squat and assistance. Most people don't have time for 2 workouts per day, so they usually put everything together.

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Phil

Hello Phil and Jeremy

Allow me to clarify. It was never intended to be split up with morning and evening sessions unless you train more than 6 times a week. I don't know where this myth comes from but it is not true.

Doing the squat, then bench and finish of with the squat, is actually an old weightlifting trick. 

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