|02-18-2012, 09:15 AM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2010
Training on the Cut
ITs best when you use one goal not 2.
This is the same in my case. After dieting down from 98.5kg and 23'%BF to 83kg and 16%BF I tried goin for recomp and landed now at 88kg and 19%BF.
I am not satisfied at all-so I think goin for bulking phases (in a reasonable amount) and cutting phases is more productive.
So the road I need to take now would be cutting.
How to organize training on a cut is splitting opinions.
What are yours?
My Current schedule is a HLM template.
H day 2x5+1x5-9
L day: 2x15
So the question. Should I leave the training as it is? Should I eliminate the high reps? Cut some sets?
Training as normal and trying for Prs when possible?
LEaving the paramters and weights exact the same for the cut and change nothing in this time.(no exercises,no paramters-no periodization)
I will cut slowly. I would start with a 300 kcal deficit a day and adjust from there.
I donīt want to loose again that much lean mass form the first cut.
Thank you naturals!
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