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    Over training question


    If I do a muscular endurance activity that trains type 1 fibers on day 1, then train type 2 fibers the next day is this a bad idea? (I would like to do a HIIT involving lots of burpees but tomorrow I lift upper body)


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    That's not how overtraining occurs and it's never 100% of a specific muscle fiber being trained. They're all being trained, but the predominance shifts depending on the stimulus.
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    I see. So even though today I would train more type 1 than type 2 I should still give a 48 hour rest until I bench press? Or should I just go for it?

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    I think you are diving too deep with the Fiber Type there
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdean321 View Post
    I see. So even though today I would train more type 1 than type 2 I should still give a 48 hour rest until I bench press? Or should I just go for it?
    Depends on your level of conditioning and what you actually did. Stating simply fiber type doesn't give any information.
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    10 sets of 10 burpees with a core exercise between. I'm well conditioned, wouldn't say a freak by any means but I can hold my own. So basically 100 push ups today then I plan on doing heavy chest and back exercises tomorrow. I am curious if all of the push ups could potentially affect my bench tomorrow?

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    They won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speed25007 View Post
    Imo over training is the boogie man of weight training and real over training is Lactic acidosis. If your diet is right and calories are high enough you can hit the same muscle group multiple times a week and still grow.
    Wrong, overtraining is at the CNS level and has nothing to do w lactic acidosis...

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    ^^ what he said

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    Yea, what they said.

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    Perhaps we should create a sticky FAQ in this forum

    "Read here BEFORE you even think to ask about over training"

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    ^^yeah, what he said!


    See what I did there!

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    ^^What they all said?
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    Hey guys, what's going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by napalm View Post
    Hey guys, what's going on?
    talking about over training.........i think

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    CT Fletcher said there is no such thing as ...over-training..."it's still yo motha f'n set!"

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    You want to overtrain or you'll never gain size/strength/endurance. Under training and training are synonymous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pypp View Post
    You want to overtrain or you'll never gain size/strength/endurance. Under training and training are synonymous.
    Exactly.
    Don't injure yourself, but don't be afraid to push the limits of your mind/ body. I've been hitting arms three times per week lately...never looked better in the sleeves.

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    Well, I think the term is used a bit loosely in gyms but an actual OTed state was mentioned above and is one of a systemic nature, not just a group and or muscle training per se.
    I think Siff went into this in Supertraining.

    An actual OT state is not easy to bounce back from, or at least not a few deloads and you're fine. Chronically OTed effects the system in a breaking down way.
    Effect and or impairment "can be" in...

    Coordination possibly
    Blood pressure
    Endurance
    Sleep requirements
    RHR
    Body temp
    Appetite
    Metabolism
    Muscle aches
    Resistance with immune system
    Recovery time
    Emotional changes

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