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In your previous question you say you're not sure if changing your diet is required...this couldn't be farther from the truth. If you want to maximize results, diet is by far the most important factor in addition to sleep and recovery. Also, this "minimum" concept is horribly flawed but I won't even address that here, I'm sure you're already aware anyways. ...


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You develop muscles during recovery. Amount of recovery done depends on how much of your muscle has been broken down by the exercise. Amount of muscle with micro-tears is directly a result of time-under-tension. Pull fast (1 second), release (lower/pull) slow (2-3 seconds). Repeat reps until failure Your understanding of exercise and lack of willingness to ...


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In short- Yes. But... 12 workouts on average is not such a small number, but as I perceive from your question, that they are scattered around and not very planned2. I think doing scheduled workouts is the best option to go. You know when you're going to train and can eat and rest accordingly. There are many training plans and things you can do to advance ...



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