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    Is there a way to balance truck driving and bodybuilding?

    Trucking seems like a career path I would like to get into, but how would I train consistently?
    If I come back on the weekends, how would I do it? There won't be a gym at truck stops. Has anyone done it before?
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    Truck driver here.

    Not gonna happen. Especially if you are OTR or regional.

    Local maybe, if they don’t run you into the ground. Most companies are “local” in name only and have you running for your full 14 hrs which is commonplace.

    Maintaining gains is doable, but certainly not building.
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