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    I feel like hitting Pec again (two days in a row)

    Should I listen how I feel and do It, or not.

    Struggling between theory and feeling
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    Change causes adaptation

    I certainly cannot claim to be a pro, however I cannot see any reason why hitting chest 2 days in a row would cause any problems. Doing so, will likely smoke your chest, maybe cause a little over- training, but may actually shock your body into adapting. Trust your body. Just dont become one of those chest/bicep freaks! (you know, the guys that think they have only 2 muscle groups).

    Whether you think you can or cannot, you are most certainly correct.



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    Originally Posted by maverick9353 View Post
    I certainly cannot claim to be a pro, however I cannot see any reason why hitting chest 2 days in a row would cause any problems. Doing so, will likely smoke your chest, maybe cause a little over- training, but may actually shock your body into adapting. Trust your body. Just dont become one of those chest/bicep freaks! (you know, the guys that think they have only 2 muscle groups).

    Whether you think you can or cannot, you are most certainly correct.

    Overtraining can't happen from two sessions...muscle fatigue, sure. Overtraining is an accumulation of stress, affects the whole body.
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    Duly noted. Fatigue is definitely a better word in this case.


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    Overtraining can't happen from two sessions...muscle fatigue, sure. Overtraining is an accumulation of stress, affects the whole body.
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    The gym merely serves as the catalyst in the muscle building process. You started the process ( tearing down the muscle) now you have to let it rest in order for over compensation to occur ( muscle growth). Without enough time all you are doing is tearing down muscle that is already torn down. Muscle growth takes place during rest, not in the gym. You have many other body parts, if I were you I would work on them.
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