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    PCT workout question

    OK - getting ready to come off a successful 12 week test cycle - very happy with the results and obviously want to keep as much as possible. I have the proper PCT matls in place, and I know to keep my diet up in terms of macros; protein / complex carbs and total intake. My question is - do I back off some on training frequency since my body will recover more slowly off cycle? Currently training 6 days - 1 body part each day. I'm thinking about dropping to 3 days a week and concentrating on big basics - Legs / back / chest, and throw in some light cardio on the off days. Time to cahnge the routine anyway. Anybody had a good experience coming off and keeping what they worked for? How did you adapt your workouts, or did you? Thanks for any input.

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    Do everything the same except up your calories at least another 500 on top of what you eat today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMudMan
    Do everything the same except up your calories at least another 500 on top of what you eat today.
    Thanks Mud Man - I'm gonna change out a few specific exercises but keep the basic rotation the same - legs / back / chest / arms / shoulders / abs/ off
    Bump my macro intake up to compensate for the 500 cals and concentrate on keeping the diet real clean.

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