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Old 03-10-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default Getting weaker and unmotivated...

Lately my strength has been going down for some reason..I can barely squat 5x5 with weight 50 lbs less than I was before..I feel exhausted after one set and never really hungry anymore. A few weeks a ago I took a deload and came back feeling great..then a few weeks in just burnt out and started getting weaker on all lifts. Should I deload again and reset all my weights lower? I feel like I shouldn't be needin to deload this often...i train full body 3x a week and have been running the icf 5x5 program a while which I have been having great results on until recently. Ever go through a rut like this? What did you do?
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