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Old 10-30-2012, 03:57 PM   #79
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Originally Posted by Glight View Post
I would do them every day after you lift. Keep them short and heavy and complementary to whatever you lifted that day. It should help stimulate muscle growth and prevent too much unwanted fat gain. You might even be able to avoid some of the mini cuts
Ok, I can manage that. My glycogen stores should be fried after a good weightlifting session, so I understand the reasoning I think. (fat stores for fuel)

By that merit, I should be playing hockey on a weightlifting day?

Also, my current diet consists of a 40p/30c/30f split on training days for about 3250 calories (+1000 over sedentary BMR) and 45f/40p/15c for about 2250 calories (eating to sedentary maintenance) on non training days.

Will the extra conditioning addition require a change to total calorie intake?
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