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Unread 01-25-2019, 04:41 PM
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Default something you can do on rest days thats speeds recovery up?

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i wondering, is er something you can do on rest days thats speeds up recovery?
Like pumping some blood/nutritions in the muscle with very high repetitions with very light weight?
(staying far away from failure of-course)
or inhibit this recovery?
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yeah active recovery training (though i didnt know it was called that) has helped for me... light walking, biking, APT stretching, yoga, etc.. if im in a gym ill often hang on the pullup bar for a bit to improve my shoulder health... or perhaps something like face pulls or rotator cuff exercises...
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yeah active recovery training (though i didnt know it was called that) has helped for me... light walking, biking, APT stretching, yoga, etc.. if im in a gym ill often hang on the pullup bar for a bit to improve my shoulder health... or perhaps something like face pulls or rotator cuff exercises...
Thanks for your respond guys

another question:

this generic bulking routine:

I know that this routine exist of 4-5 weeks heavy training and then 3 weeks deloads
But i am not sure the 4-5 weeks must be heavy?
So every training must be making pr's? also you train the muscle 2 times a week?
Or is it more of a heavy, light, medium day approach?
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