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Old 07-25-2010, 09:21 AM   #1
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Default GPP - a little help?

Lately I've been feeling as though my GPP is affecting my lifts. And I don't know how to change that. I feel lazy and restless if I only train 3x per week though, which is why I do GPP on some of my off days.

Last week I tried doing some weighted crossfit shenanigans for my GPP, and that didn't go over well. I ended up sore as hell and couldn't even do a proper workout the next day. When I did bodyweight stuff I was fine, but I don't know if that's considered GPP or not.

I don't have access to a sled or chains or anything, just a regular gym. So I have a couple Q's:

1) What are some other things I can do that won't negatively impact my progress with my lifts?

2) How long should my GPP be lasting?
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