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Recovery at level of aas im on - 05-02-2011, 02:23 PM

Had a shocking case of overtraining 6 months ago after bein p..sed of at bein stagnent at 210lb for 10 months, took a month to come totally good, man I was in bad shape, been hittin iron for 10 years or so and knew the signs,have reached my genetic potential, am 44 and had bloods done several times to check natural t levels and they are good, have not been on cycle for 5 years and the previous ones were moderate at best. Have started test enthen @ 400 every 4 days, gonna do 12 weeks have AIs on hand and got pct covered, my concern is the overtraining issue, really dont wanna ever go through that again, I train as heavy as I can handle safely 5 day split each body part once a week intensly, am 9 days in, any advice on how much better my recovery ability will be with all the extra t ?
   
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05-02-2011, 10:51 PM

Your recovery and strength should rise dramatically. But so does your ability to overtrain also.

Why don't you try to follow a different workout split such as a 1 day on 1 day off since its not just your muscles that need recovery but your CNS also.

There is a really great article on training written by Big A that covers pretty much everything.

http://www.professionalmuscle.com/fo...beginners.html


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05-04-2011, 03:13 PM

Cheers for that.. Preety much sums up everything I needed to know. thank you
   
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