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What separates man from the animals is the ability to rationalize.
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My guess on how the 2 a day set up will be: something similar to GBR, 5-8 reps first session, 9-15 reps second session. amount of sets/ session time determined by individual work capacity.
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Coming out tomorrow morning Lyle?... To put a end to these speculations
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God also smited those who displeased him...
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day 1 AM squat and kbell swings
pm bench and chin

day 2 AM deadlifts and k bell swings
pm ohp and curls.

repeat ad infinitum, low reps, high sets,
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day 1 AM squat and kbell swings
pm bench and chin

day 2 AM deadlifts and k bell swings
pm ohp and curls.

repeat ad infinitum, low reps, high sets,
This is like the opposite of what's in the articles :P

Very much liking my current routine. I need some more equipment at home to do it properly but splitting it up I'm able to do all my shoulder/arm sets at the heaviest weights I can handle for all sets; if I did everything at once I'd definitely be dropping down for the latter sets.

I might just get more DBs so I have enough for chest flies & weighted chins in addition to arms & shoulders, then I could do more of an even split for upper. Gotta start watching craigslist.
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day 1 AM squat and kbell swings
pm bench and chin

day 2 AM deadlifts and k bell swings
pm ohp and curls.

repeat ad infinitum, low reps, high sets,
No that's not it. If you were to do the generic bulk just split it into two. Do the heavy work in the AM like benching then do the lighter work in the PM. Let's say you do bench 4-5x6 reps that's AM and flys or pressing for chest at 3-4x10reps in the PM. Or you can do lighter work in the AM and heavy in the PM. That's one example out of so many.
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