094: The Improvement Season – RDL vs. SLDL

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Join coach Pascal & Steve as they venture into their improvement season.

…aka offseason

This podcast is to give you the listener a view into how competitors approach their offseason’s & competitive season. From the nutritional intakes on a daily basis, to the periodisation of their training & all the struggles with fat gain & life that will also no doubt occur. This segment of the podcast hopes to inform but also entertain, we invite questions & topics you want to be discussed.

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Timestamps:

  • 24:05 RIR the same and adding sets instead?
  • 33:38 What are your thoughts on the trade-offs of caffeine/coffee
  • 44:46 Frequency and exercise selection
  • 49:56 Can you please explain the benefits of RDL vs SLDL?
  • 57:26 If you get ill in week two or three of the meso, should you just start the next week when you get back after seven days or start over (week one) and see the week off as a “forced deload?”

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