Fitness XL- Your training routine


#1903

cc @ChocolateMice


#1904

Dangerous game.

They lift for a sport. Nobody should copy them. Even more especially if Elite.


#1905

You mean maintain muscle Mass?


#1906

Yeah exactly. I’m lean/light enough already, I’d be gone to nothing after two months just running.


#1907

Simply, lift weights.
But what may work is getting tested on the Force-Velocity Curve.

That may help inform you how much or how often.


#1908

I’ll look into it. Cheers Kev.


#1909

Tension Myositis Syndrome.


#1910

That’s the one…No point using big words like that on @Horsebox.


#1911

You never answered my question on body shocking HIIT sessions, bro.


#1912

Have you an iphone?


#1913

Nope got rid of it a couple weeks ago. Why so?


#1914

There is an 11 euro app on ios only that can do the F-V tests.

Rendering huge amounts of expensive equipment redundant all over the world😂


#1915

And what will that tell me Kev? Focus training on whatever end of the curve that I’m weaker on?


#1916

Maybe, but depends on the goal of the sport as well though. So being force side is condusive to weighlifting, the other end is more lean speed.


#1917

He is a plodder * running a marathon

  • no offence pal

#1918

Spot on. None taken. (a plodder who doesn’t want to lose 5kg of muscle)


#1919

Be grand.

Eat some more.

Lift weights.

Be more focussed on post maratón bluès


#1920

@glasagusban

What he says. Food is critical. Up the carbs on running days significantly and plenty protein afterwards.


#1921

I’m thinking of doing the amazing 12 program, what’s your thoughts on it ?


#1922

It is what it is. Its tough but you will get results.

It won’t let you with a ling term understanding and appreciation for S&C or health etc, but you will make serious progress i would suggest.

There is nothing special it in. Its training really fucking hard and eventually eating fuck all.