Re: Research Question of the Week - Should we take time off?
I thank you for this review. First off I am a prime example of taking off, 1st for I work construction in get into those 10-12 hour days sometims and don't take or have the time to workout. I went as much as 3 months, and I find that my VO2 is greatly changed. My strength as I came back ad decreased dramtically even as i work in this industry of lifting and straining as we call it. Mt consenus is for myslef, I hate taking off, taperig yes, but I hope I never have to take for any lengthy period again! Thanks for the chance to share this with you all. Just MHO on taking off. [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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