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It's working for me now- wasn't able to view the site for around a week!
Some? To some extent?
LOL. You lost gainz, bro!
hehehe, just reminds me of my aunt, who technically eats "clean", but manages to make it all so abysmally unhealthy. Apologies, carry on. :)
(Not to disagree with your overarching point, just clarifying. :) )
This is the exception, not the rule. The founder of CrossFit endurance has DNFed every race he's entered since starting his own program. Of dozens of triathletes and ultra runners I work with, the...
All natural things. You know, like pies made with organic butter, organic wheat flour, organic cane sugar, organic cream...
My work here is done.
Bah, that guy doesn't know anything. Just do HIIT.
Please do. Shower me with pubmed links performed on people doing ten sets of leg presses. I certainly can't say I've ever read a study on endurance training. Please, share with me the superiority...
Yeah, and it's one suggestion, but not the only one.
You won't lose muscle running at that pace that few days a week as long as you compensate calorically.
And the damn "Do sprint intervals"...
I would stick to SLOW steady state cardio as opposed to intervals- steady state is far less metabolically taxing and easier to compensate for, calorically. I do have a few articles out on the topic,...
What's the purpose of the cardio? To prevent fat gain, or for overall health?
Paulo, apologies, I rarely check in here any more but I am VERY glad to hear it! What's your speed work looking like? Might want to consider implementing a few variable distance threshold runs in...
I have pretty strong negative feelings in general towards Chiros- there are certainly some very good, very competent practitioners in the field who certainly can work wonders when it comes to...
Monday- ME deadlifts, 2-3 mile fast run
Tuesday- 15-20 mile fast ride
Wednesday- ME bench and upper, 2-3 mile fast run
Thursday- ME/DE squats, 10-12 mile short ride
Not some of the mechanisms, btw. For example, glutamate IS an excitotoxin, but is also an amino acid contained in nearly every protein. Though gluten is high in glutamic acid, I'm not certain why...
Can you back up a single one of those statements?