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Lactic Threshold/Tollerance work

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2006/07/10 22:37:23 (permalink)

Lactic Threshold/Tollerance work

Just interested to know, of those who do it, how you find the most effective way is to incorporate it into your routine.

I've tried it within the same session of that muscle, the following day and a couple of days later and TBH, not 100% sure which I have found most beneficial. I only do it for 1 exercise per muscle 4x8 with 20secs rest max, hard work but not failure.

All I can say is 'same day' hasn't been as productive as those done later in the week.

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    RE: Lactic Threshold/Tollerance work 2006/07/11 17:21:14 (permalink)
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    RE: Lactic Threshold/Tollerance work 2006/07/11 18:33:51 (permalink)
    done active recovery westside way, which is also on speed days, we incorporated high rep minimal rest on these days after doing compounds, did not notice that much difference but then any sort of high rep is alien to me..
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    RE: Lactic Threshold/Tollerance work 2006/07/11 18:46:01 (permalink)
    That's kind of how I treat them Scruf hence why I do them ona different day to the compounds..... In relation to the heavy compounds for the same muscles, when did you do your LT work, next day or a few days later in the week.
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