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    New review on peak week recommendations

    Just stumbled upon this and figured some would be curious, I have not read it yet: https://bmcsportsscimedrehabil.biome...02-021-00296-y
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    Interesting. Cliffs: We have no idea what peak week practices actually work and which ones don't because competitors essentially use the "kitchen sink" approach & almost always do multiple things at once. This is compounded by varying physiological factors and divergent goals of individual competitors. It'll be interesting to see in the future which strategies are either minimally helpful or perhaps even unnecessary. I'd imagine this is going to be a VERY hard thing to study, as most competitors are going to do everything they can to win. Sacrificing a potential means of getting a leg up purely in the name of science doesn't sound too appealing. Perhaps their best bet for test subjects is going to be former bodybuilders or other athletes who are willing to suffer through something resembling peak week.

    It'd probably be a good thing if water manipulation became a thing of the past. I'm also surprised to learn how little evidence there is for CHO manipulation doing anything meaningful.
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