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Getting back into it


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    Getting back into it

    When you have a long layoff from training is it important to take things easy when you get back in? Low weights but good form ? What do you guys think?

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    Re: Getting back into it

    Yes moderate weight with proper form slowly overload to prevent injuries

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    Re: Getting back into it

    Quote Quote posted by flowflow11 View Post
    When you have a long layoff from training is it important to take things easy when you get back in? Low weights but good form ? What do you guys think?
    Yes.

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    Re: Getting back into it

    dude do you use NFL players jumping into the regular season after summer is over? NO

    they have mini-camps, walk throughts, training camp, then preseason for 4-5 weeks.. THEN they have regular season. if they are doing it like that what makes you think that weight training is any different where you just show up and throw on 400 pounds and lift after time off?
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    Re: Getting back into it

    Yes. It's always best to ease back into things.

    Going 0 to 60 is a sure way to hurt yourself.

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    Re: Getting back into it

    Absolutely take your time and get back slowly. You dont want to risk injury.



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