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When you said body part, do you mean like upper/low or actual individual body parts like 6 diff exercises with 4x10 for bicep and another 6 exercises for 4x10 for tricep etc. ? (6x4x10 per body part?)
I usually just keep pushing it until my CNS shuts down and needs 10-15min break to recover and I can continue my other lifts. When your brain/cns forgets how to lift you know it's fried :D
I do it from time to time, especially when I want to push my 1 rm. Do like 6-10 sets of 1-2 reps increasing load every set.
Apart from taking a long ass time.
25 sets ? You doing 1 rep sets or something ? :p
I tend to have a lot more energy when I cut. For me I think it's mostly related to higher overall activity as I focus to stay active, I tend to get pretty lethargic if I don't do anything.
Somewhere between 6 and 20, kinda hard to say as it depends on body part, how much it indirectly gets hit etc.
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Are you 100% certain about that ? While it may not cause muscle atrophy, it certainly can attenuate muscular and vascular adaptions to resistance training/exercise.
Yep, better post em now before I start cutting in March and go on a frenzy again ;)
Seems fine. Joint issues might just be lack of mobility etc. from not lifting regularly, check your...
Metabolism in itself tends to be within 5-10% +/- based on the basic calculations (BMR/REE) on individual basis unless there is a illness or health condition.
Activity factor wildly...
Why do compounds and legs when it's all about the arms.
Feel mostly fine, lots of energy etc. But I do feel pretty heavy on drips/pull ups.
^ Agree with all of the above.
^ That, and you can influence your gut bacteria by your diet and lifestyle.
It's still pretty new "science" but what it does suggest is that your gut bacteria can dictate how much energy and...
Appetite/hunger suppression is normal from acute bouts of exercise or resistance training. Nor does exercise trigger a "refeed of lost calories" response, so appetite shouldn't be increased from...
As long as you are drinking when thirsty and not force drinking (as in forcing yourself to drink when not thirsty or it feels uncomfortable to drink) then you are good to go.
If you are not losing weight then you are simply eating too much.
Assuming protein/fat intake is adequate then it's carbs all the way.
And don't go by a % macro split, go by your actual requirements, calculate em here:...