Eric LaPorta

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  • in reply to: No Squat rack #20965
    Eric LaPorta
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    [quote quote=0]I have been following your work outs for the past month  And Have seen great improvement. The only workouts I haven’t been able to follow or your leg workouts because I do not have a squat rack. I have a number of different bands and band thicknesses and have to dumbbells that can be adjusted up to £40. With that in mind I have been doing a lot of lunges to get heavy reps on legs. Do you have other suggestions or tips to focus on heavy leg training with the limited amount of weights and resistance bands I have?

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    Thanks so much! Love the audio feedback

    in reply to: No Squat rack #20913
    Eric LaPorta
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    40 lbs**

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    Eric LaPorta
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    40 lbs**

    in reply to: Deload / recovery week cardio #18446
    Eric LaPorta
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    [quote quote=18440][quote quote=18434][quote quote=18371]i know deload weeks are a lot less volume in the gym and youre supposed to have numerous rest days. but what about liss cardio? is that considered metabolically taxing, and therefore shouldnt be done?

    What Justin said. Search and watch that exact video “recovery phase”, I even have a template you can click “show” right below the video and it gives you a split telling you how many off days, what to do for cardio, etc. If you just search “recovery” as well, you’ll find some options for splits, and a couple other videos digging into different strategies [/quote] so i did watch the videos and it discussed ss cardio as going for walks and such. i guess I’m wondering about ss cardio on a stationary bike or treadmill. not getting the hr too high though. between 110 and 120. but i will look for the template, though i searched recovery phase and watched the video on it, and am using the deload phase cycle from the 6 week trainer now and did not see a template discussing ss cardio [/quote] I wouldn’t overthink it. If you’re using heart rate, the ranges you suggest are good. I like an even more simple gage, keep an intensity that you could still hold a conversation while doing it. [/quote]
    got it thanks joe!

    in reply to: Deload / recovery week cardio #18440
    Eric LaPorta
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    [quote quote=18371]i know deload weeks are a lot less volume in the gym and youre supposed to have numerous rest days. but what about liss cardio? is that considered metabolically taxing, and therefore shouldnt be done?

    What Justin said. Search and watch that exact video “recovery phase”, I even have a template you can click “show” right below the video and it gives you a split telling you how many off days, what to do for cardio, etc. If you just search “recovery” as well, you’ll find some options for splits, and a couple other videos digging into different strategies [/quote]
    so i did watch the videos and it discussed ss cardio as going for walks and such. i guess I’m wondering about ss cardio on a stationary bike or treadmill. not getting the hr too high though. between 110 and 120.

    but i will look for the template, though i searched recovery phase and watched the video on it, and am using the deload phase cycle from the 6 week trainer now and did not see a template discussing ss cardio

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