Oct 17, 2017
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A deload is a period in training, typically a week, in which the stress in the programming is decreased in order to allow the trainee to recover and dissipate accumulated fatigue. This is a desired effect for a late intermediate or advanced lifter.
When deloading, we often reduce the work by one set and the intensity by 10-15%.
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