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You could experience: lack of energy/motivation or general fatigue muscle/strength loss hormone imbalance/low testosterone There are two fixes which come to mind: decrease activity level (# of days of activity or # of hours per session) increase cals to around maintenance (+200 or -200 should be a good range) Personally #2 sounds like the more ...


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Work out harder but less often is likely to lead to improvement. HIIT takes a lot out of you; to be able to do it well - and you need to be able to do it well for it to help you out - you need to be well rested. If you are doing it every day, you can only work out "kindof hard", not really hard, and kindof hard isn't going to put enough training stress on ...


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First off slow rep training is only one method of HIT. Standard HIT (since the 70's) uses a 6 sec rep which is a 2 second positive followed by a 4 second negative. Time under tension will range from 40 seconds up to 120 seconds depending on who you talk to or which muscle groups you are working. 40-70 seconds is typical for strength and hypertrophy whereas ...


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The "HIT" you describe is a very specific kind of HIT, in that they're specifically advocating one set of as many repetitions as you can stand: Almost all high intensity training methods involve only performing one, all-out work set per exercise. That's contrary to the sports science definition of intensity in the context of lifting, which I've usually ...


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I would reiterate what some people have said about addressing your diet first before going gungho on exclusively burpees. I know for myself I used to run a couple miles every day (not super regularly but often enough I thought should have made a difference). Nothing really changed for me until I made dietary changes. In my experience the following holds ...



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