Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

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Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

Postby skiffrace » November 23rd, 2016, 6:59 am

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Re: Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

Postby hjs » November 23rd, 2016, 7:09 am

skiffrace wrote:http://jssm.org/2jssm-15-578.xml


Problem as almost always, beginners, both groups lost weight and fat. So in energy deficit. Very difficult to get long term results in.
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Re: Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

Postby Pie Man » November 23rd, 2016, 7:23 am

And it was a very small group, it's a shame that these studies seem to have so few subjects, but I suppose that is expensive. Perhaps they could get a gym chain involved, and then pick up a few hundred 'trained' subjects, across the whole chain who they can split into two groups plus a control.
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Re: Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

Postby hjs » November 23rd, 2016, 7:42 am

Pie Man wrote:And it was a very small group, it's a shame that these studies seem to have so few subjects, but I suppose that is expensive. Perhaps they could get a gym chain involved, and then pick up a few hundred 'trained' subjects, across the whole chain who they can split into two groups plus a control.


Very very difficult, training related is often short, not well trained etc. And be honoust, why would a well trained sportsman who has his own goals work with something like this? Let alone top athletes.

Untrained people react pretty ok on any training. Nomatter what they do else.
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Re: Low-carb + resistance training effects on strength gains

Postby Pie Man » November 23rd, 2016, 7:56 am

You are right Henry, you are never going to get good/elite athletes to 'try something', I was thinking about people like me, I'm not overweight or unfit, I'm certainly not at the top of my potential but I'm a lot closer than those subjects sounded. At my gym I can think of a few guys who fit into my category, with enough of us (hence the gym chain) you could run a trial with a control and perhaps have a more significant result, than controlling your diet and exercising causes weight loss and makes you stronger...
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