Training coming out of a cutting phase

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    Josh Sheetz
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    Hey Joe. Not stepping on stage, but will be coming out of a 21-22 week cut down to a pretty low 7-8%ish bodyfat range (who knows the #, but actually lean haha)

    Going into a physiological trt phase for at least 8-10 weeks, I planned to start a recovery block with 1 working set push /pull workouts like you do for the first 2-4 weeks

    After that, would you see any benefit to adding in more than usual “metabolic” work with the addition of more food / nutrients for the body to use and push around, or would you just bang back into regular meat and potatoes training? I don’t particularly love the thought; but it was suggested by a good friend/coach whose opinion I value a lot

    Workouts in a PPL fashion, with 1 main loading set for each bodypart in the 6-9 range, and then 2 rounds of a shortened/lengthened metabolic sequence coming off the main loading sets

    A1 INCLINE DB PRESS (1 set 6-9)

    B1 SEATED CABLE FLY SHORT
    B2 FLOOR PRESS
    B3 CABLE FLY PARTIALS
    2 rounds 8-15 each

    C1 CUFF LATERALS (1 sets 8-12)

    D1 CUFF LATERAL SHORT
    D2 CUFF LATERAL PARTIALS
    D3 CABLE FRONT RAISE SHORT
    D4 CABLE FRONT RAISE PARTIALS
    2 sets 8-15 each

    E1 CG PRESS (1 set 6-9)

    F1. CABLE CROSS TRICEP EXT short
    F2. CABLE CROSS TRICEP EXT overhead
    2 sets 8-15 each

    If it sounds dumb and a waste of time, you won’t hurt my feelings telling me to just go train hard 🙂

    #22855
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey Joe. Not stepping on stage, but will be coming out of a 21-22 week cut down to a pretty low 7-8%ish bodyfat range (who knows the #, but actually lean haha)

    Going into a physiological trt phase for at least 8-10 weeks, I planned to start a recovery block with 1 working set push /pull workouts like you do for the first 2-4 weeks

    After that, would you see any benefit to adding in more than usual “metabolic” work with the addition of more food / nutrients for the body to use and push around, or would you just bang back into regular meat and potatoes training? I don’t particularly love the thought; but it was suggested by a good friend/coach whose opinion I value a lot

    Workouts in a PPL fashion, with 1 main loading set for each bodypart in the 6-9 range, and then 2 rounds of a shortened/lengthened metabolic sequence coming off the main loading sets

    A1 INCLINE DB PRESS (1 set 6-9)

    B1 SEATED CABLE FLY SHORT
    B2 FLOOR PRESS
    B3 CABLE FLY PARTIALS
    2 rounds 8-15 each

    C1 CUFF LATERALS (1 sets 8-12)

    D1 CUFF LATERAL SHORT
    D2 CUFF LATERAL PARTIALS
    D3 CABLE FRONT RAISE SHORT
    D4 CABLE FRONT RAISE PARTIALS
    2 sets 8-15 each

    E1 CG PRESS (1 set 6-9)

    F1. CABLE CROSS TRICEP EXT short
    F2. CABLE CROSS TRICEP EXT overhead
    2 sets 8-15 each

    If it sounds dumb and a waste of , you won’t hurt my feelings telling me to just go train hard 🙂

    #22861
    Josh Sheetz
    Participant

    Thanks Joe

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