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Old 10-17-2013, 01:33 PM   #11
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I agree with everything you say but Haycock seems to suggest that the muscles themselves need to completely detrain. Strategic deconditioning seems a bit unconventional.
It is just a planned walk away deload. Been around for decades. There are some merits to it, especially if you have been lifting hard and heavy for a while. As an older guy, I use both types of deloads, based upon how my body is feeling. Just finished a week long walk away. Feeling great this week.
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It is just a planned walk away deload. Been around for decades. There are some merits to it, especially if you have been lifting hard and heavy for a while. As an older guy, I use both types of deloads, based upon how my body is feeling. Just finished a week long walk away. Feeling great this week.

Cheers mate, might give it a go. what about food intake during a deload or week off?
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