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Old 01-26-2011, 02:46 PM   #22
Derek Weaver
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Charlie, I answered each one of your questions. So did just about everyone else.

You've already explained your training schedule, and it's a fairly high volume of training. Strength for what I'm guessing is 4 days/week w/ 5/3/1 (that's fine), assistance, Prowler or sled or WOD (most around here would say ditch the WOD. I won't argue with them) Plus, 2 runs and what sounds like a lot of NEPA since you also walk to the gym when you're not running there. A total of 6 conditioning/cardio workouts, 4 strength workouts and a lot of Non Exercise Physical Activity. You eat too little and you're training too much.

RULE: the higher your training volume, the smaller your deficit. No other discussion necessary.

You sound determined, and I want to see you succeed. Go get it, adjust as necessary, listen to your body.
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