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2 | 2010-07-28
Try it again
3 | 2010-07-28
Greg, I'm considering twice-daily training... something like 45 mins in the morning, 30 mins 6 hours later. One session would be your program (just the first three, i.e. Olympic lifts + squat or pull), the other would be bodybuilder-type work for the upper body (because I like it). Question: Olympic lifts in the morning or evening?
4 | 2010-07-28
I would lift in the evening as long as the BB stuff you're doing in the morning won't interfere. Ideally the BB stuff would come after lifting; the problem is that lifting in the morning is rough. So if you like lifting in the morning, do that.
5 | 2010-07-28
Thanks Greg. I have been doing some BB stuff after lifting (varies: Bi's, Tri's, Rows, whatever I feel like), but honestly when I do that it just takes too much time since I like to do some sled work in lieu of your conditioning circuits. Great help as always.
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