Training frequency and volume during cut.

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  1. Respeezy

    Respeezy Purple Belt

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    Was just wondering when you switch from bulk to cut, what are you guys doing with the training frequency and volume?

    I am asking because i was under the impression that when cutting you should cut down on volume and frequency. ( dont remember my source for that).

    But in all my cuts i feel i am losing way too much strength compared to what other people are reporting from their cuts, so i am wondering if maybe my frequency/ volume is too low in my cuts.

    Please reply with your training frequency and volume when you are bulking/maintaining and what you change when you go into a cut. Or maybe people stay on the same schedule?
     
  2. JauntyAngle

    JauntyAngle International man of mystery

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    Presuming you mean trying to improve your body composition after a period of focusing on getting stronger and eating more... just do your normal strength programme. If you are doing a lot of higher rep work you might want to tone that down. Or you might not- it's up to you. Just lower your expectations for how much you will progress.
     
  3. MMouse

    MMouse Now you enter...the shredder Banned

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    Yes. When restricting calories cut down volume. I'm paying the price for it and certainly something you dont want to go through.

    As long you maintain 2/3rds of what your doing so say instead.of 5-6 sets of 5-8 reps, it be 2-3 sets of 5-8reps.
     

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