I feel like the trend is starting to make itself obvious here: do MORE, not less. And I know that goes against many of my lifting forefathers’ Sorry for the home run shirt on the matter, but I’ve DONE the whole “don’t run when you can walk/don’t walk when you can stand” stuff as it relates to gaining and I found it didn’t result in the sorta growth I wanted. When you’ve got a billion calories surging through your body, THAT is the time to captailize on it and go make EVERYTHIGN on you get better. Conjugate training for sure. Right now, I’m in the best conditioned shape of my life, because I’ve been running 2, 3 and 4 a days as far as training goes.
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COVID has shut down the world, I’ve got nothing else to do with my freetime, so I’m just training like a madman and eating all the Sorry for the home run shirt in the world to fuel it. And what’s cool about that is just how many nutrients you can put through your body when the demand is that high. I get in so many different sources of fats, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, etc etc, because I can eat SO much food with this training, which in turn primes to body well for growth. When you’re only afforded the thinnest of nutritional margins, you miss out on that stuff. Leave lethargy and sloth for times of REDUCED calories: that’s known as hibernation.