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The Romanian deadlift is an excellent exercise for building your hamstrings and glutes. By including this move in your routine, you will build bigger, ...

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Fitness Savvy has designed the ultimate upper-body workout for building strength and packing on size. Forming part of our body re-composition series, this ...

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The strict press (also known as the Military Press) is what most people refer to as the overhead shoulder press. There are several versions of the overhead ...

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Fitness Savvy is busy developing a range of calculators. Our latest one is a body recomposition macro calculator. This particular calculator is dedicated to ...

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Many people fall into the skinny fat category and want to know how to solve this problem. But how do you know if you are skinny fat? We've done the ...

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Trying to achieve a perfect V-shaped body? Don't forget the importance of your traps. While it's undeniable that a wide back and shoulders are the primary ...

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Perhaps the king of all the rows is the classic barbell row. While its status as "ruler of the row" is undeniable, it has limitations - as does every exercise ...

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If you’re anything like me, dumbbell back exercises are one of the most satisfying things in existence. Sure, chest day is great, and the less said about ...

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The triceps bench dip is an awesome tool for packing on size - not just in the arms, but also the chest and shoulders, too. It is a bodyweight exercise, so ...

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  1. Hey Adam,

    Just looking at your site – it looks pretty cool! To be honest, I did a lot of research but didn’t come across your site. Now I know about it, I have added it on to my list to properly look at to consider for next year’s list.

    Hope you have a fantastic 2019!

  2. Hey Hassen,

    I was training with 2 x upper body and 2 x lower body per week, once for strength and once for hypertrophy, like this:

    Day 1 – Upper Body Hypertrophy
    Day 2 – Lower Body Hypertrophy
    Day 3 – Rest
    Day 4 – Upper Body Strength
    Day 5 – Rest
    Day 6 – Lower Body Strength
    Day 7 – Rest

    Hope this helps!

    Robin

  3. Hey Lisa, not much really needs to change. When I researched body recomposition, the theory behind it worked for both males and females. When I first started I think I actually managed 3 sessions in the first week because I was new to it after some time off. So maybe the first couple of weeks you might lift 2 to 3 times per week to get back into it.

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