Has anyone here ever pushed it too hard and burned out? If so, I am interested in hearing your experiences. There was a time in the past where I literally maxed out on a daily basis. Sometimes, I would train for 3-4 hours in this fashion. I'm not sure what happened, but after 3 months or so, I literally cracked. It took me an extrememly long time to recover. Probably over a year. Close to two. Maybe even two. In the present moment, I can't even tell if I'm back to "normal", whatever normal is.I know some of you might've trained with a bulgarian philosophy.
I'm sure some of you have heard of John Broz. Well, he believes that there is no such thing as overtraining. I think some people have been infleunced into believing this alsoPushing hard, or relatively hard is required to get stronger. How many of you think it's possible to always be pushing? Or is this a really stupid idea? Will you body and brain adapt? Or will you just go through depression, which actually I heard shrinks your brain? Honestly, I'm not sure what I am supposed to be asking. I guess I'm interested in getting as possible in a very short time frame. Some of you may know clarence0 on youtube. He started maxing out daily and is now at a 155 kg snatch and 195 kg clean and jerk. It took him around 2-4 years I believe. Wouldn't majority of us get destroyed either mentally or physically from training like this?
I think that "follow a preplained training without a feedback and a process control" is the bad estrategy.
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