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Unread 11-28-2008, 01:23 PM
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cool. was your recomp and over/under kinda set up, small deficit for the week?

I'm toying with doing something like you've done. I'm pretty happy with where I am I just want to get bigger, and I don't mind doing it slowly at all. I figured id do the 4 week bulk/2 week cut thing, but I'm not sure I'll stick with it longer then 1-2 cycles. I'd rather lock into a stable routine and stay there for a bit.
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Unread 11-28-2008, 02:34 PM
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i agree that if guilt wasnt a motivator in pre or post exercising then it wouldnt be a situation, but for most, it is.
read the definition again. especially teh bit I bolded.
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Unread 11-28-2008, 03:09 PM
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cool. was your recomp and over/under kinda set up, small deficit for the week?

I'm toying with doing something like you've done. I'm pretty happy with where I am I just want to get bigger, and I don't mind doing it slowly at all. I figured id do the 4 week bulk/2 week cut thing, but I'm not sure I'll stick with it longer then 1-2 cycles. I'd rather lock into a stable routine and stay there for a bit.
I was eating a lot but exercising a lot too. You could say G'Flux or what not but I was probably eating maintenance or slightly above with lots of exercise. I was trying to gain but over exercising and not gaining as fast as I would have liked. Once I got on to BR.com, I read a lot of lyle's stuff and started gaining when I reduced volume and HIIT.

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read the definition again. especially teh bit I bolded.
I 100000% agree with you, I was just thinking out loud.
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Unread 12-01-2008, 07:57 PM
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Jump roping? 2 revolutions a second? Is that upper and lower body?
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Unread 12-01-2008, 10:29 PM
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majority of lower body plyometric impact. 2 revolutions per second isnt very fast so it wont be a big deal. if you have good technique, you're wrists will "gyrate" i guess and the rope will move without much upper body work, but if you are using your upper body (shoulders) to rotate the rope they can fatigue just as fast. i remember doing tabatta jump rope intervals and my shoulders being destroyed after a few cycles.
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