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  1. Here's a post I want to put on it's own so it stands out. If anyone gives this a go please let me know!

    The inverse superset.
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  2. How much cardio should you do? Part three

    How much cardio should you do? Part four

    The perfect warm up

    The blog is taking another brief break for a week, but will be back with more great content!
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  4. The positives for the big D just keep coming out.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by seccsi View Post
    The positives for the big D just keep coming out.
    Every single week, yes.
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  8. Breaking up the training series with a side topic.

    Nicotine withdrawal made easier with weight lifting
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  9. Re: leptin/test

    I wish that bodybuilder study you reference would have taken a look at estradiol levels. Really their testosterone was still well within normal range. And while the cellular mechanisms do suggest a resulting decrease in testosterone I have a feeling the libido issue has more to do with an altered test/estrogen ratios than anything.

    Put simply less test equals less aromatization. Less bodyfat equals less aromatase enzyme. Overall a greater net fall in E2. Sort of like the letro libido killing effect.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Royd The Noyd View Post
    Re: leptin/test

    I wish that bodybuilder study you reference would have taken a look at estradiol levels. Really their testosterone was still well within normal range. And while the cellular mechanisms do suggest a resulting decrease in testosterone I have a feeling the libido issue has more to do with an altered test/estrogen ratios than anything.

    Put simply less test equals less aromatization. Less bodyfat equals less aromatase enzyme. Overall a greater net fall in E2. Sort of like the letro libido killing effect.
    Possible for sure, but aromatase is not solely found in adipocytes. It is found in the testes, bone cells, skin cells and even blood vessels. Even with incredibly low body fat levels the male can still create estrogen.
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  13. Now that we've finally announced Craze I doubt many of you even care about these latest Driven Blog posts lol, but I'll post them anyway.

    Young men only want to be average

    The food tax: No longer just close to reality

    Barefooot running revisited: The need for new form
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  14. I still Like your posts Rob!!

  15. Yeah, some interesting articles.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Big_Tom(tk) View Post
    I still Like your posts Rob!!
    lol, thanks Tom. Once all the Craze info has been published I'll get back to the training series (frequency discussion, as promised).
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  21. Brand new article published earlier today:

    The external focus
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