Can an Endomorph OVERTRAIN?

  1. Can an Endomorph OVERTRAIN?


    i think people who are primarily endomorphic ...are immunue to over training

    they only why an endormorph can get shredded is to train hard 6 days a week...2 adays if possible.

    Endormophs are efficient ...taking rest days and doing easy wont shred u

    u gotta go so hard... very hard


  2. At some point training would interfere with nutrition.

  3. Overtraining is a concept that's been totally blown out of proportion. That being said, I don't believe anyone is immune to it, but rather it's very hard for anyone to truly overtrain. It usually happens with hardcore athletes/olympic lifters training 30+ hours/week.
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  4. It's an interesting question. Thibadeau wrote an interesting article on this a few weeks back. While the amount of physical work that one can theoretically perform is huge; recovery is crucial. If you're stressed out, getting little/poor sleep, your body might be under-recovering from your training which will lead to something you would call overtraining.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    It's an interesting question. Thibadeau wrote an interesting article on this a few weeks back. While the amount of physical work that one can theoretically perform is huge; recovery is crucial. If you're stressed out, getting little/poor sleep, your body might be under-recovering from your training which will lead to something you would call overtraining.
    Yeah, that's mainly what I was referring to. Nice elaboration.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    It's an interesting question. Thibadeau wrote an interesting article on this a few weeks back. While the amount of physical work that one can theoretically perform is huge; recovery is crucial. If you're stressed out, getting little/poor sleep, your body might be under-recovering from your training which will lead to something you would call overtraining.
    Lets say someone trained 4 hours a day once in the morning once in the afternoon and once at night he focused the work on one major area a day and would leave 48 hours before focusing work on that one muscle again but saying this it might be used within 24 hours as a secondary muscle. He got 8 hours of sleep and diet was on par.

    The other guy trains 1 hour 3 times a week he also got 8 hours and had a spot on diet.

    Who would end up getting having the most gains?

  7. You'd have to eat a lot to fuel that kind of rigorous schedule, but Thibadeau would make a case for lifter #1 getting more gains, I believe.
  

  
 

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