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Unread 01-15-2019, 03:20 PM
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Default training muscle everyday more benefits?

i wondering:
is there some beneficial points doing the same exercise every day instead of 2 times a week?

Take for example a ub/lb routine.
You're doing 2 times a week, 4sets of squats = 8 sets total a week.
But you can do also 1 a 2 set of squats every day whats also = 8 sets a week.

Does have training a muscle every day (so doing full-body everyday with 1 work-set for each muscle group) has more benefits?
Like a better protein synthesis for example?
Or give it in the long run the same results?

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Unread 01-15-2019, 06:01 PM
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How badly do you want connective tissue problems?

Because this is how you get connective tissue problems.
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Unread 01-15-2019, 07:01 PM
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This is one of mennos schtick now. You realize you gotta warm up that many days every time??
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Unread 01-15-2019, 09:56 PM
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This is one of mennos schtick now. You realize you gotta warm up that many days every time??
It's still hilarious watching Menno cherry pick and defend nonsense. This is only part of his gibberish.

He looooooves that Norwegian powerlifting 'study'. The one where high frequency got better growth in some folks. And where the coach who designed it HIMSELF said he'd have guys train harder 2X/week for maximum size gains. But Menno conveniently ignores that reality.

But Menno is a zealot among zealots (and a guru among gurus). Whatever he gets married to he will find a way to support even if it means reaching up his butt for nonsense to support the garbage conclusions he developed from rarely reading past the title/abstract of a paper.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 09:36 AM
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I've been absolutely convinced of his contrarian inanity for a while. The .82g/lb is a meme by this point. And apparently he has clients do an almost 1:1 recomps
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Unread 01-16-2019, 09:54 AM
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I've been absolutely convinced of his contrarian inanity for a while. The .82g/lb is a meme by this point. And apparently he has clients do an almost 1:1 recomps
Yes, the protein thing is brilliant. Helms does a big review, Menno dismisses it OUT OF HAND. Hilariously, Menno was on a recent study showing that way more protein than 1.6 g/kg helped control some aspect of hunger. He still manage to present it as lower is better.

I can go on and one. And he deals with criticism like a petulant child. So he writes and article about how weight training is better than cardio for fat loss. Cites a few studies on the supposed calorie burn from gaining muscle. One study showing a very large difference. In people with about 15-20 kg more muscle than the other.

Me: You realize that's 4 years worth of training to achieve and in the short term, all the studies show essentially no real difference. A man might gain enough muscle in 6 months to bump RMR by 50 calories. A woman doesn't even get that.

Him: Are you off your meds?

This is typical for him, he cites studies he hasn't read and doesn't understand (like citign a single finger study in his article on women having better endurance) but won't accept that he doesn't know jack squat.

I don't know what you mean by the 1:1 recomp.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 12:11 PM
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Lose equal amounts of fat to muscle gained when dieting down. Well maybe not 1 to 1 always but way more lbm gain expected than normal when in a fat loss phase. I think also promoting keto is equally effective for muscle gain based on Jacob Wilson's paper lol
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Unread 01-16-2019, 01:09 PM
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Lose equal amounts of fat to muscle gained when dieting down. Well maybe not 1 to 1 always but way more lbm gain expected than normal when in a fat loss phase. I think also promoting keto is equally effective for muscle gain based on Jacob Wilson's paper lol
Yeah, in what popuation, how lean?

Because either he's got the keys to the kingdom or he's a damn liar.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 03:08 PM
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https://mennohenselmans.com/gain-mus...the-same-time/

Conman
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Unread 01-16-2019, 03:39 PM
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From the article in reference to gaining while in a deficit... "your body will find a way to get bigger".

I need a new body. Cause mine won't
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