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If sufficient rest is taken between workout activities targeting specific muscle groups, how many sessions of the same activity can safely be performed in a one-week period at the MOST?
It is suggested about 1-2 sessions in a week. When we workout our muscles get torn out, and it takes days for it to recover. And when you over stimulate the muscles you'll get overtrained which can decrease your power and strength.
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