At 8/5/12 06:11 PM, Sensationalism wrote:
He was with three other people so for all I know he spent most of that time chatting rather than lifting.
Yeah, that's likely. That, or they had to take turns on the equipment. Which is why I go it alone~
What's that stand for? Yeah I do pretty much just that. I've been running and doing yoga on my rest days though. I'm starting to wonder if I should only run on days I lift because it's making my recovery take longer by running on rest days? I heard running at all lengthens recovery and doing all in one day means you need quicker recovery. I don't want to cut out running completely, but I'd be willing to reduce it if it meant more power on lifting days.
I absolutely AM doing yoga though. Lifting really kills my flexibility and I always was pretty flexible, so yoga is essential to me to keep me stretchy. lol.
I'd avoid running when you do legs because it counteracts some of the "build" you get from working out, but other than that, running just gets your cardio in for the day, as far as I know or really, as far as I'm concerned. I would personally rather use a punching bag for cardio workouts rather than running, but mine broke :<
If you really want to get ahead, I'd recommend a preworkout supplement if you don't already have one.No, I haven't been taking any supplements. Just eating lots of protein and veggies and other healthy stuff. What do you recommend?
NOEXPLODE is pretty good, but you have to cycle that stuff on and off so that you don't damage your kidneys. Everyone thinks Presups are cheating, or they're terrible for you, but that's only when you use it incorrectly.
Preworkout supplements, in basic, make you able to work harder and longer.
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A lot of it is placebo, so you think it'll help, then it does. That kind of thing. But it also supplies you with a bit more energy as well.