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    I am going to be joining a high school cross country team and the only problem is they do some lifting. I have been lifting on my own for two or three years and lift every day for an hour or two. I train very intensely and I train every day of the week. The cross country team does squats, lunges, military presses, pull ups and push ups. Does anybody know if it would bother me to do this and my normal workout routine. I don't want to stop my workout routine but I also don't want to over train. Also, the team doesn't lift very intensely so the lifting shouldn't be challenging for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evaneidemiller View Post
    I am going to be joining a high school cross country team and the only problem is they do some lifting. I have been lifting on my own for two or three years and lift every day for an hour or two. I train very intensely and I train every day of the week. The cross country team does squats, lunges, military presses, pull ups and push ups. Does anybody know if it would bother me to do this and my normal workout routine. I don't want to stop my workout routine but I also don't want to over train. Also, the team doesn't lift very intensely so the lifting shouldn't be challenging for me.
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    Yes, I agree. you don't have to train for the whole week to get the best form. you also need rest and to rest you muscles, and give time for it to recover.

 

 

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