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    Do you also workout the same muscles everyday?

    I started working out a little when around 15 years old, but then I listened to everyone else and had rest-days sort of, the difference now is that I do the same muscles everyday and of course, I try to eat enough, what do you think so far of my progress, I`ve uploaded a picture?
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    There is no reason why you can't

    Research has been done into this. You can get similar results from training a muscle anything between every day to once every (roughly) 5 days.

    It's the total workload you accumulate over time that actually matters (more commonly known as 'volume')

    I personally have run routines that work a muscle between 2 and 5 times a week.
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    There is no reason why you can't

    Research has been done into this. You can get similar results from training a muscle anything between every day to once every (roughly) 5 days.

    It's the total workload you accumulate over time that actually matters (more commonly known as 'volume')

    I personally have run routines that work a muscle between 2 and 5 times a week.
    Interesting, I thought everyone belived in rest-days
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    Originally Posted by eget1985 View Post
    Interesting, I thought everyone belived in rest-days
    That would be the simple "single factor model" where you produce a stimulus and have to recover before doing it again.

    Actually, it seems that full tissue remodelling takes several weeks to complete - and you can train again multiple times before that happens and make improvements.

    So reality seems closer to the dual factor model where you accumulate both fitness and fatigue from training. If you are interested, there are a number of articles about it. Here's one (disclaimer: I haven't read it properly)
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    That would be the simple "single factor model" where you produce a stimulus and have to recover before doing it again.

    Actually, it seems that full tissue remodelling takes several weeks to complete - and you can train again multiple times before that happens and make improvements.

    So reality seems closer to the dual factor model where you accumulate both fitness and fatigue from training. If you are interested, there are a number of articles about it. Here's one (disclaimer: I haven't read it properly)
    Yes, it basically says you can still train when being weaker from earlier workouts and still gain and improve, it`s same I do really, I just workout the same muscles everyday even though I`m weaker and then after some time I get stronger again doing it
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    All depends on your recovery really. Everyone is different.

    I only do full body workouts, so yeah, I'm working every muscle every time. However, I only workout Mon-Wed-Fri. There's the difference.
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    I see no problem working the same muscles every day, I often do but I'll hit those same muscles with different exercises. I've done this with the arms and I've made good gains and not lost anything if I keep to this method.
    Also listen to your body, I know when to give it a rest now or hold back a bit.
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