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    Question When is a good time to continue working out after recovery?

    So what I'm currently doing (regarding Bicep/Tricep in this situation) is working those muscles out once per week and I want to know if I can do more of those workouts in a week because I seem to be recovering fast (I'm taking Whey Protein Powder every day along with food containing a good amount of protein).

    So is it alright to continue working out an area that has recovered ASAP or should I still just wait out the full week to do it again?
    I'm still partially new at working out (been doing it for nearly a month)

    I have a feeling that I'm just going to be told to look at the stickies (I've looked already but I can't seem to find them info I need and I don't want to be looking around forever :/ ) I'd appreciate any nice responses.

    If you want any further info just post and let me know so I can include them.


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    It varies for everyone, if you feel you are fully recovered, there's no problem with working out the same body part twice a week. Some people even hit the same body part three times a week.
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    Originally Posted by eiker_ir View Post
    It varies for everyone, if you feel you are fully recovered, there's no problem with working out the same body part twice a week. Some people even hit the same body part three times a week.
    Thanks a lot, appreciate the answer!
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    Like the person said above, it varies depending on a person.
    Listen to you body, you know it best.
    As long as you keep the protein intake high and continue eating as you are you are good to go.
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    at 6'2' 150lbs you can work it out every other day. You're recovering fast because you are a beginner and are weak, no offense.

    Your best bet is to run a program that has you hitting everything 3x a week with focus being on the main compound lifts.
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    Originally Posted by Jasonk282 View Post
    at 6'2' 150lbs you can work it out every other day. You're recovering fast because you are a beginner and are weak, no offense.

    Your best bet is to run a program that has you hitting everything 3x a week with focus being on the main compound lifts.
    It's alright I know I'm weak Thanks for your post too and Singularity7
    I'll be taking these into consideration and will work something out.
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