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    Training on sarms

    Hello everyone,

    Will be starting a 12 week Recomp Oriented SARMS cycle in a few days with the following SARMSx products:
    GW 20mg p/day
    Ostarine 30mg p/day
    S4 25mg 2x p/day
    SR 10mg 3x p/day

    Current training routine

    - Push, Pull, Legs 2x each per week, 1 rest day
    - 6 reps for compound movements, 12 reps for isolation exercises
    - 8-10 compound sets total per body part, 3 isolation sets per body part
    - rest 1.5mins between compound sets, 1 min between isolation sets


    Questions for Training adjustments during SARMS cycle


    1. Should my rep range be adjusted at all?
    2. Should rest between sets be shortened?
    3. Should volume be increased?
    Last edited by killerchickennoodlesoup; 05-18-2017 at 04:34 PM.

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    bro, training and diet questions are all conducive to your goals, period... if you are doing a recomp then you should do heavier weights with minimal rest in between sets so you are getting in the size yet cut in the process... you want to build endurance here so you can maximize efforts and cut fat while building muscle... the more muscle you build, the more fat you lose and the lower rest periods, the more fat burning will occur as well...





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    Hey Dylan,

    Yeah, I figured rep range was purely goal oriented and would not need to be changed during SARMS cycle. What I am more curious about is whether I should be lowering rest periods and increasing volume during my SARMS cycle to utilise better recovery?

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    good lord man... i just said that! i said to take less time in between sets and increase the weight... come on bro..





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    Ah shoot, I totally misread your response the first time over bro, haven't had much sleep. Sorry about that

    PS. I have a quick question regarding the addition of AAS to my SARMS cycle, can I ask you here or is there a more appropriate location?

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    what are your stats? age/height/weight/body fat? cycle history?





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    Posting all my info below. To first clarify, I am a TRT patient (90mg test p/week), and began taking AAS only after being on TRT for several months and doing my research. My cycles only ever consist of Testosterone and NPP due to hair loss sensitivity.

    STATS
    Age: 21
    Height: 5:11
    Weight: 185 pounds
    Bodyfat: would estimate it to be 18% (quite high, which is why the first four weeks of my SARMS cycle will be an intense cut, directly followed by an 8 week recomp)

    [U]Cycle History
    - First cycle: 10 weeks test 500mg - around 15 pounds muscle gained
    - Second cycle: 10 weeks test 400mg + NPP 400mg - around 10 pounds muscle gained (had glandular fever mid-cycle which halted my progress for a while)

    I really liked the NPP, as it gave good strength boost, consistent gains, and did not affect my hair. Thus, I have been considering whether to add some NPP to my upcoming cut/recomp SARMS cycle to enhance the results. I have come up with the following options:

    Option 1: Include it at a modest 200mg p/week and run it for the duration of the 12 weeks.
    Option 2: reserve it for my next bulk cycle and run it for 12 weeks at 400mg p/week alongside RAD and LGD.
    Option 3: Include it in both cycles. My only concern being whether 4 weeks in between the two SARMS cycles is not enough time off of NPP.

    What do you think? which, if any, of the options looks best to you? feel free to skin me alive If I am doing something wrong or foolish. Cheers.

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    With your body fat where it's at currently, you need to leave the steroids out and just stick with sarms added to your trt.

    Your goal should be cutting at the moment

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    Thanks RickRock, I will leave it out then. I am in total agreement, cutting should be my focus at this point in time. With this in mind, I have a few more questions I would like to ask:

    1. Do you think I should change my original plan for a 4 week cut + 8 week recomp to an 8 week cut + 4 week recomp to increase fat shed?
    2. During the cut phase, how large of a calorie deficit can I run safely without worrying about muscle loss?
    3. What is your view on T3, can I combine it safely with SARMS?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by killersoup1 View Post
    Thanks RickRock, I will leave it out then. I am in total agreement, cutting should be my focus at this point in time. With this in mind, I have a few more questions I would like to ask:

    1. Do you think I should change my original plan for a 4 week cut + 8 week recomp to an 8 week cut + 4 week recomp to increase fat shed?
    2. During the cut phase, how large of a calorie deficit can I run safely without worrying about muscle loss?
    3. What is your view on T3, can I combine it safely with SARMS?

    Cheers
    1- yes I would structure your cycle more towards the cutting side but you could recomp still through the whole cycle with this stack if diet and training is right

    2- I think a deficit of about 300-500 calories per day is what I'd aim for with high protein, moderate carbs, and low fats. That will allow you to recomp

    3- you don't want to mess with T3 or anything that can affect thyroid function. It's not worth it, plus it's extremely Catabolic and eats up muscle

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