Thread: PCT training help
01-16-2005, 01:26 PM #1
PCT training help
i was wondering during your pct how do you attack your lifts:
drop some wieght (15-20lbs) and do around 6-10 reps
drop alot of wieght ( 30-50lbs) and do more reps
try and drop no weight
upon reading the info on this site, from what i understood they said to drop alot of weight and do lots of reps or itll send your body into catabolic shock during pct if you dont.
thanks for help guys
01-16-2005, 02:26 PM #2
01-16-2005, 04:58 PM #3Associate Member
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i stick to compound movements maybe drop the weight by 10%.. evry time i try train a lot lighter in PCT my back and thighs start shrinking very quick
01-16-2005, 05:01 PM #4
keep the reps low,weight up and intensity at the max, when u get to 6reps and can do no more, get a spotter and do 3 more
01-16-2005, 05:25 PM #5
I try to keep the weight the same with 4-6 reps, but keep the volume down (I do 5 sets per group)
01-16-2005, 07:31 PM #6
8.) Reduce your workout schedule. Avoid maintaining the same workout program as during steroid regime since this would only magnify the catabolic effect. The athlete should not come up with the crazy idea of compensating a possible loss of performance by increasing the extent and intensity of his workout since such an action would have a negative effect. Limit yourself to your basic exercises, train every muscle once a week, and try to maintain your strength as much as possible. Do not train more than four times a week and limit the workout sessions to 60 minutes. Several so called "experts" are of the opinion that the athlete after a steroid regime should avoid the heavy basic movements for some time and suggest that exercises are carried out more frequently with lower weights. Dear Reader, try it. Those who used to make 8 repetitions of squats with 400 pounds and now switch to leg extensions or leg presses with 12-15 repetitions will wonder how fast an upper thigh can lose size.
this is posted on this site, is it better to do it this way????
thanks for help
01-16-2005, 07:39 PM #7
bump, i'd like to know too from anyone who has tried both ways...
01-17-2005, 09:23 AM #8
I am currently doing a lot more olympic style multi joint exercises in the 6-8 rep range, looking to recruit as much muscle in the workout as possible while cutting down on training frequency.
01-17-2005, 09:34 AM #9
01-17-2005, 09:57 AM #10Associate Member
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Intensity, heavy weight, good form , and diet!!!! And that sh!t called cardio.
Only cardio I ever want to do is either on the MAT or in the SACK!!!!!!!!!!!
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