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You will need to adjust your training to what's recommended in the book while dieing.
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As of right now, that still links to part 1 - in the url just change that last part to a 2 and it works, weeeee
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As of right now, that still links to part 1 - in the url just change that last part to a 2 and it works, weeeee
Pasting links is apparently beyond me today
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I'm surprised I can type at all, really.
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Typing I can do.

Let's not even talk about my handwriting.
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Hi!

I'm currently using Wendlers 5/3/1 program with great success, and as some of you might know the program uses submaximal weights. Worksets are at times as low as 75% of your true 1RM, but since there is no prescribed rep range the last set is taken just a rep short of failure.

So, my question is regarding intensity. If I choose to go on a RFL diet, can I still continue using the 5/3/1 program (with reduced volume and frequency of course), or will the submaximal weights cause me to lose my hard earned LBM?
Increase your intensity to near maximum when dieting. Drop volume if you want. The moment you stop intensity signaling on a deficit, your body takes that as a cue that that muscle is unused and a fine place to take calories from.
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About part2:

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done with short rest intervals (60 seconds are less)
are = or
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Anyways good stuff !
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Gah, stupid typos that hte spellchecker doesn't catch.

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Lyle....

Im sure you probably hate me already for my post on Taubes in the other forum....I have that effect on alot of people, it's a gift...

For a guy that does not believe in HIT training, and thinks Mentzer is a "Crackpot", your recommendations look very pro-HIT in this article.

And since you advocate low volume and high intensity for sparing muscle loss during calorie restriction, can't we assume that the same protocol is usefull for muscle building during a calorie surplus?
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Lyle....

Im sure you probably hate me already for my post on Taubes in the other forum....I have that effect on alot of people, it's a gift...

For a guy that does not believe in HIT training, and thinks Mentzer is a "Crackpot", your recommendations look very pro-HIT in this article.

And since you advocate low volume and high intensity for sparing muscle loss during calorie restriction, can't we assume that the same protocol is usefull for muscle building during a calorie surplus?
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Both research and practical experience over the years has pointed out one very important thing with regards to training: the amount of training that it takes to maintain a given adaptation is much much less than it took to develop it in the first place. That is to say, while it may take a significant amount of work to develop something (strength, size, aerobic capacity), you can generally maintain that level of adaptation with much less work.
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