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    Hi, I'm 40 years old, 5'10, 80kgs.
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    Never worked out growing up but ive been active since 3 years. Have tendinitis in both knees hence no jumping moves and my 3 kids mean time for only 45 mins max workout. Friday saturday are family days and Sundays are for golf. This leaves Monday to Thursday for workout
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    Want to keep simple repeatable routine thats not too much to manage, no excel sheets and no calculations.
    Routine: I've recently started to enjoy the (almost) full body workout by doing barbell dead lift cleans overhead press and squat. Either in one complex move or broken up. High reps mix for 30 to 45 mins every day followed by some stretching. It's very much like the 5by5 minus bent over rows and all remaining 4 moves every day. This makes me break alotta sweat and feel WORKED all day with no soreness. (Given current weight range of 40 to 60 kgs)
    Question: since I never max out each day, can I follow this routine 4 days in a row. If not suggest alternatives pls.

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    ypou are going good!!

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    doing full body workouts every day is not ideal because your muscles need about 48 hours to fully recover and continuously breaking them down will be the opposite of what you're going in there to accomplish. but looks good! consistency is key

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    You can build a lot of muscle working 2 days a week and pushing it hard. If you work a full body routine twice a week and progress consistently, you'll do better than 90% of the people you ever meet in the gym.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    You can build a lot of muscle working 2 days a week and pushing it hard. If you work a full body routine twice a week and progress consistently, you'll do better than 90% of the people you ever meet in the gym.

    Exactly

 

 

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