Originally Posted by Totentanz
Improved work capacity does not necessarily equate to it being harder to gain muscle. Work capacity is a lot of things, including endurance and etc. What would mostly impact how hard it is to gain muscle would be actually gaining muscle.
I feel like I've read in Lyle's work that you should be doing as little work as possible that still generates gains... so that adaptations aren't harder to come by as you advance
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