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Hi Evil, hope you’re doing good 🙂
I started gymnastic a few months ago, and my question is as follows:
The trainer designed a mini workout for me, just to “build up” as he says, he’s planning to change it with time. The workout includes pull ups, push ups, etc etc… and I can manage it perfectly but I have gym 3x a week, so workout 3x 2hrs gym that follow + your workout plan with weights?
I’m scared this will lead me to overtraining, and in time, deteriorate my muscles and gains.
Your opinion? Should I adapt my home workout to his gymnastics one? (For example, at home I wouldn’t do the exercises I did at gymnastics, but then again, my workout will be less intense, and I won’t have as much gains as I could..)
Kind of confusing as you probably already noticed, but I’d love to hear your opinion on this, thank you very much 🙂

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