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post #33511 of 57310
3. stop doing ss, start doing ia's spbr, recomp and then go to a full on cut as you get closer to your goal.
post #33512 of 57310
I can't remember, you should decrease volume or decrease weights on a cut?
post #33513 of 57310
I personally try to keep the volume high.
post #33514 of 57310
fuck it i'm quitting over head press. it's so heavily written into 5/3/1, starting strength, greyskull LP that I never second guessed it, but fuck it im heeding eric cresseys word and just not doing it. I'll find alternatives. All it's every done is gone up SUPER slowly and fuck up my shoulder.
post #33515 of 57310
I stopped doing OHP a long time ago and instead have relied on alternative movements. Getting much better progress without the injuries I had with OHP.
Edited by TeeKay - 9/2/13 at 3:05pm
post #33516 of 57310
behind the neck overhead press is the best
post #33517 of 57310
GTFO
post #33518 of 57310
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

3. stop doing ss, start doing ia's spbr, recomp and then go to a full on cut as you get closer to your goal.

Why switch if I'm still putting 10 lbs. a week on my DL and squat?
post #33519 of 57310
"Aggressive bulking calorie surplus" and "10lb weekly progress while squatting thrice weekly on an LP" arent usually mutually exclusive concepts
Edited by jarude - 9/2/13 at 5:56pm
post #33520 of 57310
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

"Aggressive bulking calorie surplus" and "10lb weekly progress while squatting thrice weekly on an LP" are usually mutually exclusive concepts


wat? How? Surely you would need an aggressive bulking calories surplus if you wanted to put 10lb a week on your squat.
post #33521 of 57310
That's what I meant to say, I got autocorrected
post #33522 of 57310
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Pretty sure I hit 3000 with my lunch at Chinese buffet today.
Mg of sodium? Lol.
post #33523 of 57310
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

I can't remember, you should decrease volume or decrease weights on a cut?
Volume

Just put 1-2 extra days between each workout, everything else stays the same
post #33524 of 57310
Wat, no. I know next to nothing about cutting but I know that you increase volume while cutting. If you're not sore the next day than you lost muscle. Drop weights, add volume.
post #33525 of 57310
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Wat, no. I know next to nothing about cutting but I know that you increase volume while cutting. If you're not sore the next day than you lost muscle. Drop weights, add volume.

Your capacity to recover in a cut is diminished, meaning you need to take more time between workouts (less volume). And with the glycogen out of your muscles, maintaining intensity is all you have to retain strength (keep the weights x reps the same).
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