Ok, i got one question, how to heal muscles faster. I ask this with regards to my training progra. I train like this, i do each muscle every second day, back shoulders legs one day, chest biceps triceps another day, so i need to know what to do to get my muslces to heal within 48 hours, or as quiclky as possible, i dont care how to do it, if its not good for my health, wtvr, i dont care, aslong as it doesnt require the use of steroids, im not looking forward to being impotent, il wait till im older to use those.
anyway if u know what i shuold do please reply, include wot i should eat, any supplements anyhitn, i would appreciate any links and stuff, anyhing is uxseful, thanx
Thread: How to heal muscles faster
05-03-2003, 10:33 AM #1
How to heal muscles fasterLtes just say im big Enuf
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05-03-2003, 10:43 AM #4
Hmmm. Looking at your stats I would assume you could answer a question like this yourself. But anyhow, 48 hours is not enough rest for muscles like chest and Back. If you want to do deadlifts every second day, go ahead and kill yourself. Take your chest for example. By working out your chest, you are breaking muscle fibres so that they grow back bigger and stronger. By following your current program, you keep breaking them and breaking them with no time to repair, which gets you no where. For the supplements, I would recommend creatine. It will help your muscles heal faster, but 48 hours still isn't enough.
Remember, gains are made outside the gym, not inside the gym. Which means you gain muscle WHEN YOU REST.
Hope this helps.
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hehe, well, i thought these would be the kinds of replies id hear, and yes i do realize that 48 hours is not enough, but i was just checking for the last time if maybe there was a way..., but i guess there is not. yeah, il get a new 3 day split, 72 hours is enough for sure. This was just a 1 month experimentary program, and i could tell it was failinf, because my chest was still aching like a bitch when it came time to work it out 2 days later, and i felt like i was gonna rip, came with lower back and deadlifts, so yeah, il get a new split, thanx a lot pplLtes just say im big Enuf
05-03-2003, 12:00 PM #8
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05-03-2003, 12:30 PM #9
HST is low volume/intensity hence you can train with a higher frequency. If you want your muscles to heal faster, then create less damage. lower your weights and volume. will this be benefitial to growth? probably not.Train like an animal
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05-03-2003, 12:42 PM #10
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streching after the end of all your lifts/in between sets.
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05-03-2003, 01:05 PM #11
Similar to stretching, grab some really light weights and work the muscle that is sore. So if your chest is your, do some really light bench presses or pushups. If you tricep is sore, grab some 15's and do alot of extensions or some dips (only if you can do 15 easy). Gets the blood flowing nicely and stretches the muscle to promote recovery.
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12-28-2011, 07:47 AM #14
Hey OP, i'm on a similar split routine like you.
Day 1 Morning - Chest/ Back Evening - Legs
Day 2 Morning - Shoulders/Arms/Forearms
Hitting every muscle every 2 days is definetely taxing on your body. There are days, where I don't feel like rolling out of bed, but it's one of those things that you just have to push through. Your body will eventually adjust. You can aid your body with glutamine if you can afford a few more dollars, otherwise just push through it and go the distance. Like Arnold says, pushing through that last rep is what makes a champion. GL
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