¿Podría haber un beneficio en los descansos breves y periódicos del entrenamiento de resistencia para «…

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¿Podría haber un beneficio en los descansos breves y periódicos del entrenamiento de resistencia para «resensibilizar» los efectos anabólicos en el músculo? Este nuevo estudio sugiere que este podría ser el caso. Estamos muy lejos de poder sacar conclusiones sólidas sobre el tema, e incluso mucho más lejos de comprender las implicaciones prácticas, pero tal vez tomarse una semana libre cada pocos meses pueda ayudar a proporcionar un «impulso anabólico» y superar las mesetas. . Una estrategia quizás digna de experimentar… 💪🏽 El documento es de acceso abierto; solo busca el titulo

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    ❤️🔥👏 I seriously just took a planned 10 break from lifting that ends on Monday; I feel validated!

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    Been doing this for years once per quarter. 25 years in and going strong with no injuries 🙌🙏💪

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    My wife benefits from frequent breaks a lot. We spotted it by accident. But current best scenario for her is something like 30 days of training followed by 10 days of cessation.

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    Interesting, maybe bodybuilders can benefit from some form of periodization it planned recovery/deloads.

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    I’ve taken short breaks here and there consistently over my 25 years of training and actually speculated that somehow it helped me to get more muscle and come back stronger. Very very cool. Great post – thank you!

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    Do you think this strengthens the argument for regular/planned deloads then Brad or this is more of a break than a deload would provide?

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    Very interesting! Would this be even less volume than a deload week? So a week of complete rest from resistance training?

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    Will have to read this, with 2 kids, my dreams of anti-dad bod is floating away by the day…so hope that is the positive break from training 😂😢😢

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    Thanks as per usual Brad. It looks like the basic concept of a deload, but it will be cool to see what’s actually occurring when implemented.

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    I’ve noticed this anecdotally on myself and clients. Also why I feel it’s great to do a de-load week ever few months or compete off.

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    BS always cutting thru the BS and bringing only the BeSt! 🙏🙏👊🏽

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    Thanks for sharing Brad!

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    This is my strategy……definitely not inconsistency and laziness. It’s this….😏 #knewitallalong

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    How does this differ to deloads BBers have practiced for decades?

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    I would still bet that the short-term increase in mTOR will not outweigh training stimulus that would have happened during that time off. mTOR activity should just go back to where it was once those adaptations are reacquired. Looking forward to seeing more about this in the future. Cool post.

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    Hi Brad! So what would be your recommendation on the time off period in reference to a mesocycle?

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    Well, look at the effects on mTor from intermittent dosing of Rapamycin. The suppression and then rebound of mTor actually benefits muscle retention. #rapamycin #sarcopenia #proteinsynthesis

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