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Old 12-14-2010, 09:21 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Mahir Barbaro View Post
Good advice Garrett, you hit it pretty spot on. I just don't think I can actually take time off from training. It helps me way too much mentally. Good food and sleep can be improved though. Now I'm off to asking a question on the nutrition thread about easy vegetables.
If you won't take time off by your own choice, your body may choose to make you take time off through injury or dis-ease.

The low testosterone is epidemic among those over-exercising.

Do what you like. There is no substitute for proper rest & recovery. Ignore at your peril.
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