Deload

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    Dan Casey
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    Finishing up week 6 in the shoulder specialization and i’m feeling BURNT. I have regressed the last two weeks and think it’s time for a deload, however i was hoping to stretch this program for another block of training before moving onto another body part. Is there any way for me to do the recovery protocol without losing my current progress? Thanks.

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    Joe
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    #124332
    Dan Casey
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    Hey Joe, thanks for the reply. In terms of the last block of training, Should I focus less on progressing on the “meat and potato’s” exercises with the addition of the pump work? For example my highest top set and back off set on military press was 125×7 115×9 which was at the end of week 4, i began regressing in repetition in weeks 5 and 6 and am wondering if a lighter intensity while still training to failure would be more optimal

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    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey Joe, thanks for the reply. In terms of the last block of training, Should I focus less on progressing on the “meat and potato’s” exercises with the addition of the pump work? For example my highest top set and back off set on military press was 125×7 115×9 which was at the end of week 4, i began regressing in repetition in weeks 5 and 6 and am wondering if a lighter intensity while still training to failure would be more optimal

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