overtraining
Catabolism vs. Anabolism The training effect is a balance act between curtailed catabolism and nurtured anabolism. Basically, overtraining occurs when catabolism wins this tug of war. When this occurs, trainees can lose muscle mass and strength, and body weight can plummet quite dramatically. Before reaching such extremes, trainees and trainers alike must be wary of forewarning
naps
If hypertrophy is your ultimate goal, make sure to nap as often as possible. The more naps I took, the more I grew. The late Robert Kennedy, who owned several muscle magazines, was a big proponent of naps for muscle growth. A good nap should be between 20 to 60 minutes. Otherwise, you get to
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