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    I had no idea about deloading until this thread. In the middle of my first deload week since I started lifting regularly about six months ago. Thanks for this info OP!!
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    OP stumbled across this thread when searching "seriously fatigued lifting weights" .... this has been an awesome and educating read. I was shot, felt like a dead man walking, was so tired and fatigued every day I was almost about to get some blood tests to see if I was deficient in something. Then read this article and it all clicked - every symptom you mention I was experiencing. I've only been lifting for 5 months but hadn't taken a break since I started and I got to the point where I started failing quite a few weeks, started losing motivation, starting dreading loading up the bar ..... Anyway, I'm halfway through my first deload, still going to the gym 4 days a week but have only been lifting 50% and I'm feeling great again

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    Originally Posted by BillPhoto View Post
    OP stumbled across this thread when searching "seriously fatigued lifting weights" .... this has been an awesome and educating read. I was shot, felt like a dead man walking, was so tired and fatigued every day I was almost about to get some blood tests to see if I was deficient in something. Then read this article and it all clicked - every symptom you mention I was experiencing. I've only been lifting for 5 months but hadn't taken a break since I started and I got to the point where I started failing quite a few weeks, started losing motivation, starting dreading loading up the bar ..... Anyway, I'm halfway through my first deload, still going to the gym 4 days a week but have only been lifting 50% and I'm feeling great again

    If you still read the comments OP, just wanted to say thanks for this article man.
    I completely agree, deloading must be overlooked quite a bit. Thinking about implementing this myself
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    Originally Posted by cctaylor311 View Post
    I completely agree, deloading must be overlooked quite a bit. Thinking about implementing this myself
    I think alot of us have trouble overcoming the mental aspect of not lifting with the same volume/weight...
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    I have only been lifting for about 2.5 months, but I discovered this on my own somehow... I started working out abs about 1 month before, and after 3 weeks of workouts every night, just wasn't progressing very much at all... I ended up skipping a couple nights, and when I got back on it three nights later, I doubled my reps for abs... I was amazed! So I then rested a couple more nights, and lo and behold, I increased another 50 reps! I went from struggling to get 35-40 crunches to getting 300 crunches, in a matter of a couple more weeks... Never underestimate rest! I am applying this lesson learned to my lifting now, as well...
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    I alternate between 2 workouts and today's is Deadlifts, OHP, and Lat Pull-downs. If I've been stuck on deadlifts but am still increasing on OHP, can I just de-load on the deadlift and go hard on OHP or is it better to just deload on all my exercises
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    Originally Posted by danfleysher View Post
    I alternate between 2 workouts and today's is Deadlifts, OHP, and Lat Pull-downs. If I've been stuck on deadlifts but am still increasing on OHP, can I just de-load on the deadlift and go hard on OHP or is it better to just deload on all my exercises
    I wouldn't complicate things. Deload everything.
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    I remember when my bench plateaued at 200. I deloaded by not doing flat bench the next week around, and instead focused on reps for incline dumbell flies and incline bench. Next week hit 225.
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    Would a novice need to deload? Have been stuck at the same weights for 3-4 sessions
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    The op said you should reload before symptoms start. My joints started aching before I just started a week off. Should I take extra time off?
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    Couldn’t agree more, I take a week off every 8 weeks, I feel disgusting in the week off and I feel lazy however it’s worth it becaues as soon as I hit those weights again I hit them with a new sense of anger and aggression, definitely good for keeping motivation strong as well as recovery
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    this is great but wouldn't it be better in the workout programs forum instead of exercises?
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