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Unread 12-22-2017, 07:29 AM
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Default Protocols for Highly Trained

What is/are the optimal stubborn fat protocol(s) for the highly trained?

For example, if you have two athletes that can burn a good number of calories in an hours time while training below threshold:

-> a 130 lb female that can burn 600 calories
-> a 170 lb male that can burn 900 calories

When in the lean state (15% female & 8% male) and trying to get contest lean, would it be more appropriate for them to:

1. Utilize the interval, followed by streaky state protocols?
2. Perform low/ moderate cardio for an hour and burn the 600/900 calories?

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Unread 12-22-2017, 07:50 AM
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There are a ton of variables you should provide before such a generic question can be answered.

Weight training?
Stress in life?
Genetics?
Recover-ability?
Nutrition?
Age?
...
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Unread 12-22-2017, 08:44 AM
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There are a ton of variables you should provide before such a generic question can be answered.

Weight training?
Stress in life?
Genetics?
Recover-ability?
Nutrition?
Age?
...
Well experienced trainee with weights and average life stress:

-> Monday - heavy weights/low volume (back/shoulders)
-> Tuesday - intervals or steady state?
-> Wednesday - heavy weights/low volume (chest/arms)
-> Thursday - intervals or steady state?
-> Friday - LISS
-> Saturday - heavy/low volume (legs/calves)
-> Sunday - off or LISS

There you go. Low volume, heavy weights for muscle maintenance.
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