|04-21-2013, 08:28 AM||#11|
focus: quads & upper back
Join Date: Feb 2013
Training Type: Powerbuilding
Maybe months for actual significant strength loss is about right...
6'2", ~100kg (~220lbs). 40yo, training (with a few breaks) since my late 30s.
Squat 160kg (352.7lbs), Bench 112.5kg (248lbs), Deadlift 220kg (485lbs)
Strict Press 75kg (165.3lbs), Chinups +25kg (+55.1lbs)
My training log
|04-21-2013, 10:08 AM||#12|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Training Exp: One more than last year
Training Type: Wendler 531
Fav Exercise: The ones that make me cry
Fav Supp: Furry Critters
Speaking from personal experience:
I am an overy forty trainee who recently who just took two months off and just got back to training two weeks ago- I noticed about a 25 to 30% decrease in raw strength and a marked decrease in endurance. My post work out aches and pains seem to be lasting longer. I am sure (hope)that this will all get back to " normal" after a few weeks of regular training.
When a person reaches beyond the limits of their ability; they shall they make progress. There is no other way.
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