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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2005 8:43 am 
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Hi Cliffy!

Thank you very much for explaining your opinion in detail. I just downloaded Train smart by Pete Sisco and will read it during the next days. Maybe there is something to learn.
I train every muscle once a week in only 2 training sessions. 1st is arms and legs and second is chest, beck, shoulder and calves. It is not optimal but I just do not have time (Baby, girlfriend, work) to split the body parts on more sessions.
I give you a feedback about the book,

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Hi Thanks for message. Am very interested to hear your thoughts anytime, and how you get on.

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Welcome Sir! I was born in Peckham, South London so it's great to see another Londoner :lol: you seem to train similar to me but I do one set to failure each body part and I do it all in one day! so I can get plenty of rest, I like to train close to my max wieght so I need that rest, I also like to eat so resting and eating is my luxury right now :lol: anyway have a great time on this great list!!!

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Hi Bigbwii

Thanks for the welcome. Yes, there's something to be said for whole body training in one session (combined with good rest), probably a good growth hormone releaser too!

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Yes, your right! I've noticed that since I started training heavy I'm been growing more hair on my body :shock: I've also experienced a lot of growth (mass) something that I'm not used to!

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Hey cliffy!
I read Pete Siscos E-Book and liked it very much. I will try to get some more information about this concept.
I like the idea of training once a month and keep growing...

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Hi Flanders

I really hope it works for you. I can't say I follow it precisely but there are some strong similarities with my own routine.

I look forward to your reports on how things go for you.

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