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st3

I train once per week and I'm considering adding 1 NTF training session in the middle of the week.

Has anybody had success doing this?

Also is the NTF training session exactly like the other session, i.e. same exercises?

Thanks
Steve
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tpowers21

I have been doing 1 H.I.T and 1 NTF fullbody workouts every 3-5 days and I have been making steady strength increases for 6 straight weeks. which is something I have not been able to do in a long time. I could not find the correct formula for me. If I had a H.I.T workout I would have to wait at least 2-4 days to be able to train again and would feel burnt out after 2-3 weeks. If I waited 5 or more days I would lose strength. I had tried heavy and light days ( 70-80% of heavy day) which resulted in no strenght/mass gains. So far NTF has been working me. 2-3 reps shy of my previous workout max has been working where a light day did not.
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