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Old 09-16-2008, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Venom View Post
I definitely agree that working on mito density is vital for getting lean. The ways I do that are: cardio, and also I include workouts during my split where I have very little rest, and go 8-12 reps, sometimes 15. In my experience, full body or full upper body, and full lower body workouts improve my conditioning and insulin sensitivity the most.

Is this what you had in mind? Or what do u mean by high reps?
Yeah, anything 12-15 and over I was thinking when I said high reps.

So, it sounds like, from your post, that you can actually recognize yourself becoming more insulin sensitive after full body or upper/lower split workouts?

I guess this further stresses the importance/validity of DUP to reap the maximum benefits from your muscle fibres.

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