|Magiceric88 ||05-31-2008 09:47 PM |
Could use a little help! :D
Hey yo whats up guys,
Ive been working out on a strict routine for a while, but life got in the way and i had to stop for a couple months. The other day i tried to do one of my normal routines and WoW- i could not get close to even finishing it- i was sooo tired after a few reps.... do i need to start low again? and mabye itll get back to normal? did i lose all my strength!?
IVe also heard it was good to take a break to break the plateau...i do know i was at a plateau too when I stopped lifting
|Pitysister ||06-01-2008 08:40 AM |
yep, reset the weight back and start from there.
|john917v ||06-01-2008 10:41 AM |
You might want to work on endurance-building exercises, and moderate weights, with higher reps, or higher intensity, as well as supersets, which I swear by.
|Cradler ||06-01-2008 11:51 AM |
^^Higher intensity isn't high reps with moderate weight. That's higher volume. High intensity is working close to your 1RM.
@Magiceric: Yeah, just lower the weight back. What pity said.
|_Wolf_ ||06-01-2008 02:42 PM |
what pity said. and what cradler said. good advice.
|widdoes2504 ||06-01-2008 07:17 PM |
Go with Pity and Cradler. Good luck.
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