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    Muscle Memory - is it real?

    Hey guys,

    So after putting on quite a bit of fat, I went on a pretty intense cut, and lost a fair amount of muscle mass. If I were to go on a bulk, would I be able to regain this muscle fairly easily with the right diet and training? To put it another way - would building back the muscle I lost be quicker and easier than building "new" muscle?

    PS - I will be using Ostarine and/or LGD during this bulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killersoup1 View Post
    Hey guys,

    So after putting on quite a bit of fat, I went on a pretty intense cut, and lost a fair amount of muscle mass. If I were to go on a bulk, would I be able to regain this muscle fairly easily with the right diet and training? To put it another way - would building back the muscle I lost be quicker and easier than building "new" muscle?

    PS - I will be using Ostarine and/or LGD during this bulk.
    yes.... it will still take time but it will come back easier and quicker... when I was around 36 i fasted 40 days... a real 40 day fast... only water.... i started out at 208(with a 31in waist), was lifting since 14 yrs old. and by the time I finished I was 156... lost every thing.. it all came back.... took around a year and even put on more muscle.... that was in 1997.... that was all natural too.... the body is amazingly efficient ... it recovers and adapts .....

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    why did you fast for 40 days bro?

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    why did you fast for 40 days bro?
    Well''' I got saved and I smoked cigarettes and couldn't quit... old military habit.... yes i would work out for 2 hours at the gym and walk out a smoke a cig. for years lol.. So I met the Lord. It was my first year and I was really into Christ and really enthusiastic... So I fasted a few 3 day fasts and a 7 day and still couldn't quit cigarettes.... So with not much thought... I prayed and just went for it..... on around day 34 ( I was going to college full time after getting out of the USAF) I got real sick ( started throwing up like black tar) and day 39 a piece of flesh loosed on my throat and I spit it out... it looked white like a piece of shrimp with tentacles on it...A doctor at church who was a VA doctor for 40 years told me it was a callus that would have eventually turned into throat cancer.... Never smoked a cigarette since..... Praise God! When you fast... after a while your body will eat up any damaged cells or foreign material for fuel... So the body pretty much took care of business... had no clue that was going to happen...

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    Awesome! good for you! I am quitting cigarettes commencing tomorrow! wish me luck, will buy some patches and shit.

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    Anybody else have experience with muscle memory?

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    In my experience it comes back in a little less than half the time it took to originally build. I took about 4 years off in my late 20, lost all my gains

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    Hey man, so are you saying it took another 2 years to regain what you lost over the last 4 years? that seems like a long time to me :/

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    BUMP - anyone else have experience with muscle memory?

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    Muscle memory is an incredible and awesome thing. If you are doing the right things with diet and training, it's possible to regain any strength or muscle you previously had in a fairly short time frame compared to what it took to gain it originally. That is assuming that you held that mass for a good length of time

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