|04-21-2013, 08:28 AM||#11|
Join Date: Feb 2013
Training Type: Other
Fav Exercise: all of them
Maybe months for actual significant strength loss is about right...
Squat 160kg (352.7lbs), Bench 115kg (252.5lbs), Deadlift 220kg (485lbs)
Front Squat 130kg (286.6lbs), Strict Press 80kg (176.4lbs), Chinups +30kg (+66.1lbs)
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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