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Old 04-17-2013, 10:11 AM   #1
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An interesting read, I came across:


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Sounds not too far off from carb back loading.
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Just browsed through some of those. Very interesting for sure. I wonder if this would apply to anaerobic training and/or metabolic type training?

For weight training - wouldn't you need carbs/glycogen to perform optimally?

For circuit style training - I think this could work for conditioning style workouts.

Just wondering b/c I don't like steady state cardio for fatloss.
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