Questions about two-a-days.

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    RiTaLiN New Member

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    Ok so my school year is comming to an end, and I just quit my job today. This leaves me this whole summer with nothing but time to get HUGE finally. I hear two-a-days along with a high calorie intake will get me biggest, fastest. I am confused about two-a-days tho, do i train one muscle in the am and another in pm or do i do half and half in each? Can someone tell me a good routine to get more muscle on me in regards to two a days?
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    Go to the F&N File Sharing sticky, download the Black Book of Training Secrets, then go to page 79 of the e-book. There's a section there on two-a-days.
     
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    More likely you'll overtrain yourself to hell and back :o
     
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    Has anyone here done it and if so did you get good gains from it?
     
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    You know what the fuck you're doing though :o

    I wouldn't recommend them for a noob.
     
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    I remember reading that Stallone did 2 a days in his training for Rambo. He may have juiced too.

    It doesn't sound like you're too experienced into weightlifting. Are you doing the big three lifts? (bench press, squat, and deadlift)
     
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