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  • in reply to: What next #150138
    ValeVesco
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    Thanks a lot for the reply and the explanation Joe! Really appreciated

    in reply to: What are the disadvantage of training on an empty stomach? #148818
    ValeVesco
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    Personally, in the last months, I’m training without eating anything before the wo and I’m having some of the best wo of my life (I train from about 25 years). I use a good intra wo shake (HBCD, peptopro in more than 2 lt of water) and my energy levels are very high without any GI issue from eating too close to the wo

    in reply to: Terrance 2021 prep #148674
    ValeVesco
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    Hi Sairam
    I guess the pov behind this program (but all the programs you can find here) is to execute the less QUALITY work possible to produce hypertrophy / muscle growth. More than this, if you really push the sets where they must be pushed, you’ll find you can’t do too many sets.
    My 0.02

    Vale

    in reply to: Terrence road to 2022 #145901
    ValeVesco
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    Great! Really looking forward to it!

    in reply to: Pre/intra/Post in diet #145755
    ValeVesco
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    Hi SebastianI’m not Joe neither Bryce but, IMHO, you must consider you peri wo nutrition into the total amount of kcal you should consume each day. If you have to consume 2050 kcal, this amount should include the intra and post wo shake.My 0.02Vale

    in reply to: Reverse push / pull days with legs as priority #129705
    ValeVesco
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    Thanks For the feedback Bryce.I was also thinking about start the reverse days with a legs isolation exercise (quads on push days, hams on pull) proceed with a compound and then go on with the upper body work cutting the volume in the most ahead muscles (for example, chest and arms for me).Thanks again 💪🏼

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