Originally Posted by verbatimreturned
I see what your saying Eric, very legit points. I don't plan on staying with the high rep things for too long, just playing around to change things up a little bit in the gym. I guess your right though working on improving my strength should be a goal
I could help you out with what one of my trainers had me doing for cutting. Pretty basic four day split focusing on (low and behold) strength gains...Your goal for cutting. Preserving/maintaining strength should put you in a better position to maintain your mass while losing fat. The basic idea when you begin your cutting diet is to keep the workouts lower volume, then add volume as you progress from week to week. The rep ranges don't need to be low per say, maybe 8-10 reps for some, 3-5 for others. If you stall out on an exercise, dump it for a similiar one that you can continue progressing on, and go from there. The diet is very basic, and is found in Dr. X's cutting diet sticky. PM me and I could toss you some ideas....