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    Wotsup guys....i had a shorter then usual butt more intense training session yesterday(sort or a metabolic resistant training) and the rest of the day i felt like a blew a brain gasket. I couldnt focus on nothing was super lethargic and craved salt and protein to da max! I couldnt get a good amount of quality sleep cuz i felt like i od'd on liquid crak and crashed. Today i felt lethargic and was super super hungry and had sum more cravings. My questiin is is all of these symptoms bcuz of epoc or did i jus overtrain or wat? Thanks guys wondering this is rely bothering me das y

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    Anyone can input? Wood appreciate it
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    what did your training session consist of yesterday? Heavy compound movements ...ie... Deadlifts or? Sounds like you really taxed your CNS but knowing the details of the workout would help us figure this out
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    K.....this was my routine:
    (No rest in between exersizes except moving 2 da nex 1)
    Handstand push
    Wide grip pullup
    Dips
    Underhand pullup
    Calf raise
    Active rest 2min

    Sets 1&2 6-8reps
    Sets 3&4 only 1st 2 exrsizes 6-8, last exersizes amrap 20sec

    Then
    Handstand pushup
    Chinup
    Triangle pushup
    Neutral grip pullup
    Calf raise
    Active rest 2 min
    Same style as 1st circuit except sets 3&4 no rest to fatigue

    Then tabata style finisher:
    Run in place (2x)
    Jumping jax(2x)
    Front hi kickz(2x)
    Back hi kicks(2x)
    Side push kicks(2x)

    Cooldown then stretch

    Thanx 4 any input guys
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    well
    doesn't sound like CNS taxing type of a routine however it is pretty high intensity so you surely ramped up your metabolism for 24-48 hrs afterwards. How often do you perform this type of routine?
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    I do it evry 2-3 days....sumtimes without the tabata finisher and just a mini cardio finisher. I notice that if i do it after 2 days im not as 100% as opposed to resting 3days. I guessing my body type leans more towards ectomorphic....i wood put up pix butt idk how....
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    Quote Originally Posted by TKC432 View Post
    well
    doesn't sound like CNS taxing type of a routine however it is pretty high intensity so you surely ramped up your metabolism for 24-48 hrs afterwards. How often do you perform this type of routine?
    Given the atrocious grammar and spelling shown by the OP, I would actually argue that the routine must be taxing on the CNS.
    At least that would account for much of his post. . .or sumthin lik thayt
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    Epoc doesn't really last that long. You're fine. Eat more, sleep more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scherbs View Post
    Given the atrocious grammar and spelling shown by the OP, I would actually argue that the routine must be taxing on the CNS.
    At least that would account for much of his post. . .or sumthin lik thayt
    Hahaha i actualy lafft out loud wen i read dis
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisL View Post
    Epoc doesn't really last that long. You're fine. Eat more, sleep more.
    I was just wondering if it was because of epoc that caused me to be super lethargic the next day and the HUMANGUS appetite
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    Quote Originally Posted by onebabooze808 View Post
    HUMANGUS appetite


    When your food cravings are vicious, chances are you need to eat more to fully recover and rebuild.
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    When your food cravings are vicious, chances are you need to eat more to fully recover and rebuild.[/QUOTE]

    So i not being a fatty den....i did notice that i had mean protein cravings...like id eat 8oz cooked fish with my veggies and 1/2 avocado and i srill hungry so i end up whacking a chicken breast wit melted cheese and still hungry so i eat couple questbars....and im only a buck ten lbs...
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    You might consider adding a little rice or sweet potato. If nothing else, you can zap-fry potatoes in the microwave in like 8 minutes. Don't even need a plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisL View Post
    You might consider adding a little rice or sweet potato. If nothing else, you can zap-fry potatoes in the microwave in like 8 minutes. Don't even need a plate.
    Kewl....my main concern wit da humangys appetite is going over my daily caloric intake cuz like i sead i only 110 lbs....yikes
  

  
 

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