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There's No Overtraining, Only Inadequate Nutrition
There's no overtraining, only inadequate nutrition.
“That’s not true. Recovery depends on the total calorie intake of protein, energy, essential fats, the time spent outside the gym and your hormonal profile.
It is the mutual balance of everything with everything.
A simple way to test this theory is to send a local, well-nourished bodybuilder to Metro flex to Ronnie Coleman Ronnie and leave to him his style of training for a few weeks cut.
Chances are that by this local builder well regenerated and grown, is very slim.
The fact is that proper nutrition can promote the body to some extent.
If exercise occurs beyond which your body can tolerate and will not improve the contrary. You will not grow, even if you eat three.
When he got to the scene Dorian Yates, and followed the principles previously tried Tom Plats and Mike Meltzer.
Dorian's view of the matter was that most bodybuilders grow as they carry too many sets and train in the gym too often.
Plat, Dorian and Meltzer were right, but many - Meter among them - are trapped in that when more is better than less, and even fewer have been even better.
And suddenly he began to train with far fewer job series.
Bodybuilders performed 5-6 sets for chest or 8-10 series in the back, which in my opinion is not sufficient for optimal stimulation. Building muscle depends on the scales. It's simple. If you make a series with 100 kg and muscle stimulation will be far greater than 60 kg.
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