Deload, less volume or more RIR?

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    Anonymous
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    Hey,

    im currently training the “Terrence 2022 Arnold Championsship Program” and it makes a lot of fun and i make also progress!

    After 4 Weeks i notice that my sleep getting worster, my appetite decreasing and i feel more tired during the day.

    Im not enhanced and i think it is the beginning of overtraining.

     

    Now i want to ask what do you think is the way to go for the future?

    Should i take everytime after 4 weeks a Deloadweek with 50% of the overall Volume?

    Should i change the whole training by removing some ecercises to decreasing the stress?

    Or should i do not train till zero RIR because i am not a recoverywonder?

     

    Thanks a lot for you support!

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    BryceBahm
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    Anonymous
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    Thank you very much for the answer!

    I already improved some points, because i think the recovery is my main problem over the years…

    I have a fix nutrition plan with a small excess of calories, i have supplements for my health (vitamins, minerals, digestion stuff) and i improved my sleep as well…

    The only thing im not doing is cardio, because 5 times per week to the gym is a limit for me.

     

    Another idea could be to combine the Push and Pull day to a Upperbody day and to add Cardio or a restday?

    Do you think it is possible to train over about 6 Months without a Deload with a system which works for a person?

     

    Thanks for your help!

    #438208
    BryceBahm
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    #438454
    Anonymous
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    I will try to combine the Pull and Pushday to a Upperday.

    I also will delete some excersice to reduce the entire volume.

    So i have less volume during the week and one day more for recovery.

    Thanks for your help!

     

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