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Old 05-11-2019, 07:18 PM
IacceptTheTerms IacceptTheTerms is offline
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Default What is your gym schedule like?

I want to get back to bodybuilding seriously and with the exams and work I find it really hard to keep that motivation of going to the gym at least 3x a week. What is your schedule like when it comes to work, studying and gym. What is the best way in your opinion to make time for healthy habits? I want to gain lean mass. I never studied in the morning so I can give it a try to allow me to go after work. What helps you keep that motivation?
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Old 05-11-2019, 08:05 PM
Dr T Non-Fan Dr T Non-Fan is offline
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Study on your off workout days.

And start your studying a few weeks or months earlier.
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